As part of the sustainability measures to ensure the continuation of training of entrepreneurs on skills acquisition and other similar trainings, Abuja Enterprise Agency is planning to carry out skills acquisition training once in a quarter of the year with target of 300 participants per session out of which 100 will be people living with disabilities.
The managing director/CEO of Abuja Enterprise Agency, Arabi Muhammad Tukur made this known at a press briefing recently in Abuja.
He said, “The importance of the training cannot be overemphasized as it will create the next generation of business leaders by empowering both people living with disabilities and others with relevant vocational skills to gain technical know-how to operate their businesses and entrepreneurial skills.”
According to him, the training came out of the FCT administration’s desire to build the capacity of the residents of Abuja to start and successfully run their own businesses.
He applauded the honourable minister of FCT, Muhammad Musa Bello for making the previous training program a success and also commended him for supporting the Agency as it embarks on training people living with disabilities and youths of the Federal Capital Territory.Read Full Story