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Amber Drinks Ltd set to empower over two thousand Nigerians this year

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Amber Drinks Ltd. is set to continue the maiden edition of its empowerment program with the aim of empowering over 2,000 people with the opportunity to become business owners and support their livelihood over the course of the year.


The program which originally commenced last year, has helped over a thousand Nigerians become business owners through the Start-up loans. The Start-up loans still offer beneficiaries up to N100,000 worth of products which they will repay within 4 months at a 5% interest rate. The loan will be given to aid beneficiaries who are interested in starting a small-scale trading business selling Amber Energy Drink.


Following the success of the inaugural Amber Empowerment Program, Amber Drinks Ltd has announced that they will continue to make more and more Bosses out of young, driven and focused Nigerians through this platform.


Since its launch in 2020, Amber Energy Drink has sought to make life easier for Nigerians and improve the standard of living of its consumers by ensuring they are financially independent.


Commenting on the continuation of the Amber Empowerment Program, the General Manager Amber Drinks Ltd, Lola Adedeji, said,

“This year, due to the continuous rise in unemployment and the ravaging effect of the global pandemic, we have deemed it pertinent to continue our empowerment program. With Amber at the helm of helping Nigerians become business owners, we will continue to provide Nigerians the opportunity to own and grow their businesses through our empowerment program.”


To join the Amber Drinks Empowerment Program, interested persons must apply online, log onto and follow through the prompts, OR contact the empowerment team via telephone on (+234) 0811 700 0847. Successful applicants would be invited for an onboarding session to help kick start them into becoming Amberssadors. 

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