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NDE trains 20 unemployed youth on EBTS in Taraba

The Taraba state office of the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) on Friday began the training of 20 unemployed youth on environmental beautification scheme.

Its state coordinator, Mr. Christopher Bamsida, said during the orientation scheme the 20 youth were recruited under special public works (SPW) department of the Directorate Taraba.

He said the NDE recognised the potential of vibrant youths and was dedicated to providing them with the skills needed to build “a prosperous and sustainable future.”

“The Environmental Beautification Training Scheme (EBTS) is poised to project the resilience youths who are fast making their marks in all fields of human enterprise,” he said.

According to him, the choices of these skills set are a deliberate attempt at making marks in the global system.

He charged the trainees to concentrate and acquire the skills, adding that “it is by so doing that they would become relevance decision makers in the economics of life.

“In view of the above objectives, 20 unemployed youth were recruited in EBTS and to be attached to proficient (3) master’s trainers.”

He called on well-meaning individuals, organisations and the government at various levels to complement NDE’s efforts in reducing unemployment in the country.

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