July 25, 2024

The National Directorate of Employment (NDE) Abuja in partnership with Buhari Support Organization BSO has empowered no fewer than 100 youths in Osun state.

The empowerment program was held at Grain office in Oshogbo, the state capital on Thursday, 10th of May 2018.

The Director General (NDE), Dr. Nasir Ladan Mohammed Argungu who was represented by NDE Osun state Cordinator Mr Daramola Sola, explained that NDE is the foremost agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria for employment generation towards poverty alleviation and self reliance. He therefore charged the participants to be committed during the training which will serve as an opportunity to increase the standards of living among the youths of Nigeria. He finally appreciated and commended
the efforts of President Muhammad Buhari for bringing the dividend of democracy to the grassroot level in all parts of the country in general and Osun State in particular.

In his speech, the Assistant State Cordinator (BSO) and the national chairman Buhari Action Group (BAG) Hon. Francis Oyebamiji advised the participants to be focused on what the individual choosed to be trained on.

In his contribution, Mr. Benedict Olugboyega Alabi BOA who was represented by Mr Dotun Apara also commended the efforts of PMB and congratulated the beneficiaries. He hinted that more of this same empowerments activities are still coming if another chance can be given to Muhammad Buhari second term ambition.

The national organizing chairman (BAG) Mr. Kolawole Olatunbosun advised the beneficiaries to make use of the opportunities given to them by the BSO and the federal government judiciously and prayed that God would lead them through the training.

Among the participants Mr. Sulaiman afeez, expressed his gratitude on behalf of the others, he said this opportunity given to them is example of a good governance and thereby commended the organisers for the job weldone and promised to make best use of the opportunity granted them.

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