Legislative leader of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma, has hailed off a United Nations-helped financial help program for low-pay workers in the state, as a piece of the post-COVID-19 pandemic alleviation.
The Governor spread the word about this by means of his confirmed Facebook page on Monday, where he declared that the program labeled ‘Financial Revitalization Support Program’ was a drive of the United Nations Development Program.
As indicated by the assertion, the program is focused on at Micro Small and Medium Enterprises and casual entrepreneurs.
Uzodimma said, “In accordance with the intercession programs for the post-COVID-19 pandemic financial dependability, today I hailed off the Economic Revitalization Support Program of the United Nations Development Program.
“The program which targets low-pay workers under the classifications of individual families; Micro Small and Medium Enterprises and Informal Business Owners, would offer help for financial dependability to the recipients.
“For the benefit of the great individuals of Imo State, I genuinely like the help of the world body and guarantee of absolute consistence to the program plan even as I look for additional mediation from the association and her accomplices in our monetary rebuilding programs.”