At the Muslimah Entrepreneurs Trade Fair, the governor of Kwara reiterates his support for small and medium-sized enterprises.

At the Muslimah Entrepreneurs Trade Fair, the governor of Kwara reiterates his support for small and medium-sized enterprises.
On Thursday, Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara State reaffirmed the administration's commitment to bolstering small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) and improving the business climate.

At the official inauguration of the second Muslimah Entrepreneurs Trade Affair in Ilorin, where a range of locally produced goods and services are on exhibit for purchase, the governor announced this.

Three days of the event, which is being hosted by the Muslimaprenuer Forum, have begun drawing attendees from all around the state.

"As you have seen thus far, our administration has been and will continue to promote small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) as well as the business community as a whole. On behalf of the state Commissioner for Business, Innovation, and Technology, Damilola Yusuf, AbdulRazaq stated, "On our own, we have a lot of programs coming up for women entrepreneurs and youths who are in the tech space, SMEs, and so on," on the first day of the fair.

AbdulRazaq stated that if the government had not created an atmosphere that encouraged businesses to grow, they would not have been able to join together for a trade show.

He praised their entrepreneurial drive and exhorted the locals to go out and support them by marketing Kwara-made goods for Nigeria and the rest of the globe.

We must admit that we are rather pleased with Muslimah Entrepreneurs. They have succeeded and are now able to promote one another. They really do possess an entrepreneurial mentality. Furthermore, I've noticed that a majority of the goods here are produced in Kwara for Nigeria. Additionally, I believe they have enormous potential.

"I beg everyone to give them business. I appreciate that they emphasize natural items. I've seen certain goods that are beneficial to the body system and already have NAFDAC numbers. They appear to be highly concentrated on what they do. He continued, "I think the administration promoted this by opening up a channel for ease of doing business in the state.

In her remarks, Hajia Fatimah Saliu Adejumoke, the CEO of Baytu Tejmeel and co-convener of the Trade Affair, stated that the second edition of the event was created to bring comfort and relaxation to those who are now affected by increased costs of goods and services in the marketplaces.

She claimed that the show features at least forty vendors, all of them are offering reasonably priced items and services.

The process of assembling this has not been simple. As a for-profit company, we joined forces to make this happen. As we've seen, the markets are a little too optimistic. She asked the people of Kwara to turn out in large numbers to take advantage of this opportunity, saying, "We want to try our best and make it easier for our customers and co-vendors."

"More than forty vendors are here to do business with us, and they have all come with discounts and reasonably priced goods and services for the people of Kwara state."

Muslimaprenuer Forum is open to partnerships and has been working toward them, according to Adejumoke. They have expressed interest in this to certain governmental organizations and pertinent parties.

We are having an affair twice now. We are grateful to God Almighty. We have had some attendance thus far, and we sincerely hope to see more.

We are willing to work with governmental organizations. This platform is for entrepreneurship. They are anticipated by us. To do that, we visited multiple offices and the Kwara Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines, and Agriculture, she said.

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