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Adamawa Governemnt To reactivate Temporarily Inactive Skills Acquisition Centers
Posted by Adamawa Celebrities on 28th February 2017
Gov. Mohammed Bindow on Monday, 27th said his government will revive all the temporarily inactive Skills Acquisition Centers in the state as a noteworthy part of attempts to address youth unemployment.

The Governor said this while looking into one of the concentrations arranged in Numan town of Adamawa.

According Bindow, the rate of unemployment in the state was troubling, including that reviving the concentrations would enable youth douse up a couple of capacities and get the chance to be unmistakably freely utilized.

Today is one of the special days for this administration, especially as it demonstrates our zeal for job creation through provision of skills to our youths.

This also marks our efforts to fulfill one of the cardinal manifesto of our party, which is job and wealth creation, for our teaming youth,’’ Bindow said.

The representative reviewed that the State Executive Council had effectively constituted the Youth Employment and Poverty Alleviation Committee.

He clarified that with him as the executive of the advisory group, all hands would be on deck to guarantee that administration completed its vision on destitution mitigation.

He said that his board of trustees would visit every one of the focuses in the state to see things for itself, guaranteeing the that his organization would not fall flat the young.

While leading the representative round the middle, Mr Ayuba Audu, State Coordinator, Adamawa Poverty Alleviation Program, said little exertion was required to resuscitate the focuses.

Audu said that the seven focuses were situated in Guyuk, Numan, Yola, Mubi, and Ganye, Mayo-Belwa and Girei.


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