NDE trains 2,000 youths in Adamawa



    Students undergoing training at the Maritime Academy of Nigeria
    NDE trains 2,000 youths in Adamawa

    By Yakubu Uba

    The National Directorate  of  Employment (NDE) has commenced the coaching of two,000 unemployed youths in Adamawa underneath the Basic National Open Apprenticeship Scheme (B-NOAS).

    An announcement issued on Monday in Yola by NDE  Information Officer, Aishatu Fika, stated 1,400 of the individuals had been females  whereas 600 had been males.

    The assertion stated that the coaching,  which might final three months, was for cosmetology and different technical  vocations.

    It added that the two,000 in Adamawa had been a part of the 76, 600 beneficiaries nationwide.

    The assertion  stated trainees could be supported by authorities and different stakeholders in establishing their companies after the coaching.

    “The goal of the coaching train is to present entry to  unemployed youths to accumulate  abilities for self employment and earnings era.

    “It is expected that at the end of the training,  the beneficiaries will be supported by government, NGOs and other critical stakeholders to enable them set up their businesses,” Fika stated. (NAN)