Maduako Igbokwe l Wednesday, December 14, 2022
AWKA, Anambra – National Assembly member representing Anaocha- Dunukofia- Njikoka Federal Constituency Chief Dozie Nwankwo on Wednesday commissioned a 350 capacity Center For Development And ICT at Enugwu Ukwu in Njikoka local government area of Anambra state.
Charles Soludo had urged politicians and those in the private sector to invest more on skill and vocational education in order to guarantee the future of the youths and the children yet unborn.
According to Nwankwo, the center was conceived and initiated by me as a result of the challenges my constituents are facing in skill development and accessing web information.
“In this age that the world has become a global village every effort must be made to provide ICT facilities for our people and I took up this construction and equipping as my widows mite in skill development, acquisition and ICT in my constituency. The ICT HUB is fully equipped with modern for ICT experiences and training and for skill development/acquisition.
“The capacity is for 250 computers but currently it is equipped with 150 fully installed and functional systems “he said.
Nwankwo who is also the Senatorial candidate of All Progressives Grand Alliance APGA noted that the center would to a large extent empower over 350 youths yearly in various fields of endeavour adding that it is not open to Enugwu Ukwu people but the entire Anambra Central Senatorial District
He expressed hopes that the center would provide employment for the youths of his constituency adding that discussion are on the way to use the center as Examination Center for National Examinations such as JAMB and NECO.
Gov Charles Soludo while commissioning the project noted that such concept is key to the development of the youths in Anambra state adding that instead of people wasting funds on frivolities such money can be channelled into the capacity building of the younger generation.
“I can only attend such functions like what Hon Dozie Nwankwo has done because it has multiplayer effects on our socioeconomic development of our dear state and the country in general”
“I urge politicians, businessmen and women as well as captains of the private sector to invest more on vocational training and education of our younger generation and those yet inborn in order to secure the future of our children”
“We are all aware of the challenges our economy is facing as well as other countries and most counties have become proactive by investing more on vocational education and skill development to fight crime and unemployment” he said.