Kaduna - The Kaduna State Industrialization and Microcredit Management Board (KSIMMB) on Friday said it would spend N400 million on small and medium enterprises in 2014.
The fund would be for graduates to enable them develop small businesses, according to Edward Marshal, Executive Secretary of the Board.
Marshal said women would get 60 per cent of the allocation and 40 per cent would be for the youths.
Marshal said the beneficiaries would be picked from the 23 local governments of the state and be trained for six months.
He said that the money was going to be disbursed to through the Kaduna State Micro Credit Board and micro finance banks.
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