FCMB invests in financial literacy programme for youths - Punch Newspapers

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12/3/2021 12:57:00 AM

FCMB invests in financial literacy programme for youths - Punch Newspapers

The most widely read newspaper in Nigeria

2 December 2021FCMB says it has invested in another round of financial literacy training programme for hundreds of secondary school children as it doubles up efforts to empower young Nigerians.The firm said in a statement that the training was organised in partnership with the Central Bank of Nigeria to commemorate the 2021 World Savings Day.

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FCMB said was focused on guiding the students to imbibe financial principles early in life by ensuring they grow up to become responsible citizens who will know how to make their money work for them.The Group Head, Corporate Affairs at FCMB, Mr Diran Olojo, was quoted as saying “we want our young ones, who are the hope and future drivers of Nigeria, to understand the prudent management of resources. They require this skill to secure their future.

The lender stated that hundreds of secondary school students in Anambra Bauchi, Cross River, Edo, Enugu, Lagos and Osun states benefited from the training this year.

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