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NDE trains 20 youths on business skills for self- reliance in Kebbi

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NDE trains 20 youths on business skills for self- reliance in Kebbi

The National Directorate of Employment (NDE), says it has trained 20 unemployed youths on various business skills under its Community- Based Training Scheme in Kebbi State.


The Director General of the NDE, Malam Abubakar Nuhu Fikpo, disclosed this during the orientation ceremony of the trainees in Birnin Kebbi on Wednesday.


He said the participants in the programme were drawn from the three Senatorial Districts in the state, would be given training on Community – Based skills to enable them start and run their business effectively.


Fikpo, represented by the State Coordinator, Alhaji Abdullahi Danjuma-Machika,said that 20 trainees has been trained on the various demand- driven skills such as interior decoration, cosmetology, beads making,among others.


He said,” About 20 participants have been trained on skill sets, which include; Knitting, beads making, cosmetology, iron bending and  GSM repairs. 

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“The skills chosen are those that are demand- driven and trending in  the  community where the training is taking place.


“It is aimed at given them the skills to higher levels of competence.” 
He also urged them to obey the rules and regulations of their trainers and always be punctual at their various training Centre.


The D-G enjoined the beneficiaries to make good use of the opportunity the training had provided them, adding that it is meant to enhance their capabilities in making sound decisions on their businesses.

A cross section of the participants when interviewed, thanked the Federal Government on the initiative, and pledged to make good use of the training.

NDE trains 20 youths on business skills for self- reliance in Kebbi

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