Mrs Soludo Assures Govt Support for Human Development Inst.

Mrs Soludo Assures Govt Support for Human Development Inst.

… Attends  JIIMATECH Neni

By Daniel Ezeigwe

Anambra Governor’s wife, Mrs Nonye Soludo has said that the current administration in the state will always support individuals and organizations with productive human capital development focus and goals.

Mrs Soludo stated this at Saint John Innovation Institute of Management and Technology (JIIMATECH), Neni, during the 2023 graduation and exhibition ceremony of the school.

JIIMATECH is mission-owned entrepreneurial institute that was established to offer alternative training for youths in different skill areas including cosmetology, fashion and design, bakery and confectionery, among others.

Speaking shortly after taking a tour of the exhibition stands where the students displayed their handmade products, Mrs Soludo praised the institution for the standards of its trainings, evidenced in the quality of products made by the students.

She promised that the state government will continue to assist institutions that have special focus on human capital development, especially those that have the youths as their primary target.

Mrs Soludo urged the students to remain focus and to take advantage of the opportunities provided by social media to market their skills and products.

The Member Representing Anaocha Constituency Two, Honourable Ejike Okechukwu said that the institution is reputable for the important people that it has produced over the years, and commended the governor’s wife for coming around to witness one of what makes the institution unique.

In their respective remarks, the Commissioner for Health, Dr Afam Obidike and the Transition Committee Chairman of Anaocha Local Government Area, Mr Gerald Ozoh, said that the institute has played important role in youth development by empowering them with the basic startup skills to become valuable additions to the society.

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The Rector of the school, Reverend Father Raymond Umennajiuba, whose address was presented by the deputy Rector, Reverend Father Mike Oguno said that one of the primary visions of the institution is to promote the culture of industry and self-sufficiency, and to teach them basic skills for self and societal development.

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