Lagos, Nigeria, May 14, 2015:
Speaking on the initiative which was launched simultaneously in Lagos, Kaduna, Abuja and Kano on Wednesday, May 13, 2015, the Program Manager, ENGINE, Ayodele Fajemilola, said that the Lagos initiative would benefit over 6000 girls.
Fajemilola added that, ‘’A vocational training program will be implemented in five Local Government Areas , namely Kosofe, Ojo, Bariga, Alimosho and Epe and about 6,357 girls will benefit from the program, which is aimed at empowering them educationally and economically.’’
Shedding light on the training modules, she stated that, “The girls will be taught four basic courses, namely, business education, life skills, financial education and savings education.”
Commenting on the involvement of
He described the partnership as a demonstration of
The peak of the event was the presentation of branded materials like Umbrellas, Coolers and Log Books from
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