Labour Minister to launch Yuboss Scheme @ Yudala Zero Gravity

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    Labour Minister to launch Yuboss Scheme @ Yudala Zero Gravity

    After a thrilling take-off in Lagos, the Yudala Zero Gravity train moves to the city of Abuja with a Contemporary Music Concert and a Rock Gospel Concert on October 21st and 22nd respectively at the Sheraton Hotel, Abuja.


    Hon. Minister of Labour and Productivity, Senator Chris Ngige is scheduled to officially launch YUBOSS – an entrepreneurship and wealth creation scheme set up by Yudala in partnership with foremost financial institution, Access Bank Plc. and telecommunications giants, Airtel as part of the activities at the Yudala Zero Gravity concert holding at the Sheraton Hotel, Abuja on Friday October 21st. YUBOSS is an entrepreneurship scheme set up by pioneer online and offline retail giants, Yudala to build a league of emerging entrepreneurs and generate creative employment for millions of Nigerians.

    Members are entitled to attractive commissions and a wide range of benefits including business mentorship sessions and capacity-building workshops.

    Through YUBOSS, Yudala seeks to generate creative employment for thousands of Nigerians by offering them a chance to earn mouth-watering commissions through sales of Yudala’s wide range of products. The scheme is structured to see members rise through the ranks and ultimately become the part-owner of a Yudala franchise store when they achieve platinum status. Instructively, YUBOSS is targeted at smart Nigerians: undergraduates, post-graduate students, unemployed and under-employed individuals, housewives etc. who have the drive and ambition to earn money and be their own bosses.

    This post first appeared on Linda Ikeji's Blog. Read the original story here.

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