Lagos-based accelerator, LeadPath Nigeria has begun accepting applications for the second batch of startups into its 3-month accelerator programme.

The company announced the call for entries yesterday on its Twitter handle.

LeadPath, launched in 2014, has been known to get between 20% to 40% up to 15% in equity for between USD 25, 000 to USD 100, 000 in investment and hands-on business support.

Interested startups can register here

Update [19:36]: The story was update to reflect a change in the percentage of equity LeadPath takes in exchange for investment.

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