Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma, has flagged off a United Nations-assisted economic support programme for low-income earners in the state, as a part of the post-COVID-19 pandemic relief.
The Governor made this known via his verified Facebook page on Monday, where he announced that the programme tagged ‘Economic Revitalization Support Program’ was an initiative of the United Nations Development Programme.
According to the statement, the programme is targeted at Micro Small and Medium Enterprises and informal business owners.
Uzodimma said, “In line with the intervention programs for the post-COVID-19 pandemic economic stability, today I flagged off the Economic Revitalization Support Program of the United Nations Development Programme.
“The program which targets low-income earners under the categories of individual households; Micro Small and Medium Enterprises and Informal Business Owners, would offer support for economic stability to the beneficiaries.
“On behalf of the good people of Imo State, I sincerely appreciate the support of the world body and assure of total compliance to the program design even as I seek more intervention from the organization and her partners in our economic restructuring programs.”