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Sunday, 11 February 2018

Libya Returnees In Edo State Graduate From Government Capacity Building Programme

To ease their re-integration into society, the Edo State Government has graduated 302 returnees from Libya from her capacity building and skills development programme.






The second batch of graduands from the programme were trained on bead making, make-up and basic sewing, and their graduation is coming few months after the first set of returnees were trained on agribusiness and provided with 150 hectares of land and 100 million start-up fund to ease their settling into society.


Chairperson, Edo State Task Force Against Human Trafficking, and Commissioner for Justice/ Attorney General in Edo State, Prof. Yinka Omorogbe, charged the graduands to be ambassadors of Edo State and expressed delight at the success of the programme. She said the state government will assist returnees who have successfully acquired skills in different trades to enable them set-up small-scale businesses through which they can provide for themselves and employ others.


A bank manager, who is also one of the facilitators, Mr. Michael Adetola, urged the returnees to apply financial discipline as they set up their businesses, stressing, “Financial discipline plays important role in managing small businesses. Without it, one makes wrong decisions, which account for the failure of most small businesses.


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5 comments:

  1. Edo people who do una dis biko...out of all the states in Nigeria is only Edo that are going to lybia. Pls repent

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  2. I heard in the olden days they sold their oba to whites slave trade and he in turn cursed them! Benin needs deliverance from abroad prostitution travelling

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  3. Edo state government should look into why is only them that travels through route to abroad instead of going to obtain visa officially from embassy

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