Akingbade Toluwa-Jolomi Encourages Youths to Embrace Skill Acquisition for Self-Reliance in Ile-Oluji

Akingbade Toluwa-Jolomi Encourages Youths to Embrace Skill Acquisition for Self-Reliance in Ile-Oluji

April 14, 2024 0 By Fasholu Gabriel Oluwatobi

Ile-Oluji, April 13, 2024 – Akingbade Toluwa-Jolomi, a renowned advocate for youth empowerment, has reiterated the importance of skill acquisition as a pathway to self-reliance. In a recent statement, he emphasized the pivotal role that acquiring practical skills plays in fostering economic independence among young people in Ile-Oluji and beyond.

With the aim of catalyzing this vision, the Dakiz Human Development and Empowerment Initiative announces its commitment to investing in the empowerment of the youth through skill acquisition programs of Ile-Oluji Youth Empowerment 2.0. The organization is set to launch another batch of training sessions covering diverse fields including tailoring, makeup artistry, furniture making, graphic design, and more.

Crucially, these training programs come at no cost to participants for a period of 3 months to a year, ensuring accessibility for all aspiring individuals regardless of their financial backgrounds. This initiative reflects Dakiz Human Development and Empowerment Initiative as an organization, it’s dedication to democratizing opportunities and empowering youths to realize their full potential.

Speaking about the initiative, Akingbade Toluwa-Jolomi emphasized, “Empowering our youths through skill acquisition not only equips them with the tools to thrive in today’s competitive landscape but also fosters a culture of self-reliance and entrepreneurship. By investing in their development, we are sowing the seeds for a prosperous and sustainable future for our community.”

The upcoming training sessions are poised to provide participants with practical knowledge, mentorship, and networking opportunities, laying the groundwork for them to embark on successful career paths or even establish their own enterprises.

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