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Beige Africa launches initiative for financial literacy in Abuja Schools

Beige Africa launches initiative for financial literacy in Abuja Schools

Beige Africa, a prominent financial literacy and advisory brand, has kickstarted an initiative to promote financial education in Abuja Schools.

The initiative which was launched at Starville School in Jahi, Abuja aims to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to navigate the intricacies of the Nigerian financial market.

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During the inaugural financial literacy masterclass in Abuja, Wisdom Ating, one of the Co-Founders of Beige Africa, expressed concern about the existing gap in financial literacy. He emphasized the importance of promoting financial independence and nurturing competent economic leadership in Africa.

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He said, “The school outreach program aspires to instil financial education values in young students, encouraging them to make informed financial choices from an early age. Beige Africa is actively collaborating with educational institutions to ensure that the next generation is well-prepared to steer the future of Africa’s economy.

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“Beige Africa’s unwavering dedication persists in furthering and expanding these educational initiatives, not only in Abuja but also in other regions. This commitment is designed to ensure that the next generation of Africans is well-equipped to compete on the global stage and shape the continent’s economic future.”