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Sat, 10 Aug 2019 13:26 - Updated Sat, 10 Aug 2019 13:26

Minister urges young people to bet on entrepreneurship

Caxito - Angola’s minister of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security Jesus Maiato has said that his sector will continue support young entrepreneurs with micro-credits and professional kits.

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During a few-hour working visit to the northern Bengo provinces, Maiato handed over electric sewing machines and manuals to young graduates in entrepreneurship from the region-based Professional Center.

The minister encouraging young people to invest in entrepreneurship and set up their own businesses.

The official also announced plan to create soon a new Vocational Training Center or an arts and crafts pavilion in the municipality of Nambuangongo.

During his stay in the region the minister visited some local projects.

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