Nigerian entrepreneur, Melody Fidel’s BAE Connect Institute says it will collaborate with the David Oyeleye Leadpreneur Academy to empower and train about 5,000 teenagers to close the leadership vacuum and reduce unemployment in Nigeria.
According to a statement, starting in September, the training program will hold in Ile-Ife, Osun State and continue in Ondo State, with participants getting training in financial education, leadership, personal brand development, talent monetization, creativity development, among others.
The leadership and creative employment training are expected to be a turning point in ideation, career focus and skills acquisition for the teeming teenagers.
Tagged, Nigerian Youth Development, Skills Training and Sensitization Project, about 5,000 teenagers in Osun and Ondo states in the South-West are expected to be trained and equipped in order to create an informed, credible network that will make a difference in the future of Nigeria’s government and businesses.
“We are concerned about the current situation of youth restiveness and unemployment in the country. Hence, we have resolved to contribute our own quota in nation building through impacting Nigeria’s future leaders with necessary skills for their private and public good,” said Fidel.
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