Entrepreneur Says He Owes It All to LEA

Beneficiary: Musa Jele
Beneficiary: Musa Jele

Starting from humble beginnings of running a small supermarket 21 years ago, Musa Jele is now an established diversified businessman employing over 50 workers.

After running the supermarket for over a decade, Jele opened up a filling station after identifying a gap in the fuel supply business along the Francistown and Nata road.

According to Jele, he managed to get assistance from the Local Enterprise Authority (LEA) in 2008, which helped him turn around the business by engaging a consultant to coordinate their operations and track their performance.

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