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‘Entrepreneurship key to development’

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Mrs Yama Sanneh was speaking on Thursday during a one-day entrepreneurship training programme at the Nema Basic and Early Childhood Nursery School in Brikama. 

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She said: “This programme is initiated to hone young people on entrepreneurship skills and development. In order for any business to be successful, the entrepreneur must first be focused, committed and dedicated towards the business. This is to say that the success of any business lies in the hands of the person responsible. During my twenty-five years of entrepreneurship, my focus has been on the need for my business to register success. Today, I am very glad that I have achieved a tremendous success in my business.  I have no doubt that you the participants can make a difference provided that they concentrate fully during the training.”

Mrs Sanneh stated that for a business to register significant gains, the entrepreneur should be in control of things in order to avoid losses and for sustainability. 

“This is an initiative whereby an avenue has been created for the young people of Kombo Central in order for them to be successful entrepreneurs in life. Nowadays, entrepreneurship is the only way to success and development. I want young potential entrepreneurs to be engaged in gainful endeavours for them to become the agents of positive change in the country. In any business, you must have difficulties along the way but one must be ready to face those challenges and difficulties. We have to remember that Rome was not built in a day!” 

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