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Inmates take course

Repeka Nasiko
Monday, February 04, 2013

A GROUP of 50 inmates and school leavers will undergo an entrepreneurship course conducted by the Lautoka Chamber of Commerce and Industries (LCCI) next month.

LCCI administrator Mohammed Salim said the objective of the course was to provide the inmates and school leavers with basic business skills.

"The course is run by our incubation centre where we run programs for the people of Lautoka who are interested in starting a business," he said. "This basically is to increase the business activities within Lautoka City and to encourage more people to set up businesses for themselves."


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