Themed "Be Bold For Change", women from various works of life taught students about the fundamentals of financial literacy.
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The program held on Wednesday 8 March, 2017 at Federal Housing Estate Primary School, Victoria Island Lagos.
Themed "Be Bold For Change", Successful women from various works of life taught students about the fundamentals of financial literacy through the implementation of the JA More Than Money Program.
The program focused on the inculcation of saving habits, investment and smart decision makimg abilities in primary school students ranging from primary one to six.
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