Presidential Amnesty Programme Trains 200 in Ondo State
The Interim Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme retired Colonel Milland Dikio has advised federal legislators to help in building the network to reposition the Niger-Delta region, as a peaceful place to live and do businesses.
He gave the advice at the 6th graduation ceremony of the 2019/2020 trainees at the Bradama International Skill Works, Agadagba-Obon in Ese-Odo Local Government Area of Ondo state.
Retired Colonel Milland Dikio, charged the trainees to go out and use the skills acquired to be job creators.
He noted that the Amnesty office is determined to make life better for youths in the Niger-Delta region.
Dikio commended the management of the skill acquisition centre for the quality of training.
The owner of the skill acquisition centre High Chief Bibopere Ajube, said his company would continue to serve as a training ground for the Niger Delta youths.
He urged the 200 trained youths to be useful to the society.
Goodwill messages were delivered by traditional rulers and stakeholders at the event.