In Ogun, Bello Supports 10 Unemployed Youths With Cash For Tools

In Ogun, Bello Supports 10 Unemployed Youths With Cash For  Tools

Hon. Wale Bello with the participants 

The Chaimanship aspirant for Abeokuta North Local government, Hon. Wale Bello has supported ten unemployed youths with working equipment  in Abeokuta North Local Government who were trained by the party in different vocations.



Bello who visited the training center where 100 beneficiaries who were selected from the 16 wards in the Local government were trained in different vocations, ranging from barbing, make-over, hair dressing, manicure and pedicure among others. 



The Chairmanship aspirants while addressing newsman affirmed that the programme was coming at a time when the demand for employment by the youths was becoming burdensome for the government.



Bello added that his gesture was to contribute his own quota towards reducing unemployment rate in the country.



He stated that the rationale behind his kind gesture was nat political but to support in taking youths off the streets and get them jobs.



He said "I only came to identify with them, but when I saw the seriousness in them, I saw the enthusiasm. I was impressed with what I saw so I decided to sponsor about ten of then to make sure they get equipment to start their work so that after the training they do not continue to roam about the streets.



The Chairmnship aspirant implored the beneficiaries not to see their acquired skills as second class but as a first class, adding that with it they would live a meaningful life in the society.



The Abeokuta North APC Youths Leader, Comerade Akinbo Oladipupo expressed regret that unemployment has eaten deep into the system of the country, a condition which he said has made many youths in the country useless. 



He stressed that the party's focus was to reduce the burden of unemployment in the state and to buttress governor Abiodun's job creation agenda.



I really want to commend Hon. Wale Bello for this gesture and for showing interest in eradicating unemployment among the youths.

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