We are thrilled to announce that the Muhydeen Okunlola Kayode Foundation (MOK Foundation) has provided financial support to a group of hardworking Fulani women small business owners from Oyun Local Government Area (LGA) in Kwara State, Nigeria.
The foundation’s representative in Oyun LGA, Alhaji Tunde Salahudeen, presented the funds to the women to help them boost their various businesses, ranging from farming to trading goods. We emphasized that the money is non-refundable and will be recycled among the beneficiaries to accommodate more women entrepreneurs.
Alhaji Tunde advised the women to utilize the grants solely for business improvement purposes. He also encouraged them to form groups and hold regular meetings to ensure accountability and proper oversight on the utilization of the funds.
The MOK Foundation is committed to providing support for all people in need, regardless of tribe, religion, ethnicity, or background. The foundation’s generosity stems from its vision of service to humanity.
This support scheme is part of the MOK Foundation’s ongoing commitment to specifically assist women entrepreneurs in fulfilling their aspirations and contributing to their communities’ economic development.