Lagos State Government under the LSETF scheme has rolled out a support scheme as promised to businesses/MSMEs that were looted during the curfew period of the #EndSars protest.
As seen on social media, so many businesses were vandalised and looted after the peaceful #EndSars protest was hijacked by thugs and hoodlums.
The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has in various statement appealed to affected business owners and promised for support to enable them get back to business in no time.
As confirmed in a tweet by LSETF as seen below, application for the support has opened.
Are you a Lagos-based small business and your store got looted or vandalized during the curfew?— Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (@LSETF) October 23, 2020
LSETF is here to support.
Fill out the form https://t.co/bFKQtE7k2M#LSETFCares #SaveLagos #MakingLagosA21stCenturyState #Recovery pic.twitter.com/kSDhfGDcdJ
A form has been created to this effect.
Click HERE to access it right away.
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