Beneficiaries of the woman helping hand skill acquisition project have been urged to make use of the knowledge acquired maximizely to step up their economics status in the society and help others in their domain.
The Wife of Osun state Governor, Mrs Kafayat Oyetola gave the charge at the graduation ceremony of skill acquisition training, put together by the woman helping hand Initiative, A Development foundation of the wife of the Vice President Mrs Dolapo Osinbajo.
Mrs Oyetola who was accompanied by the wives of top government officials in the State said, the Development foundation of the wife of Vice President Mrs Dolapo Osinbajo Know as ‘ step up’ is entirely for youths and active adult in the State.
Mrs Oyetola Stressed that, the training is another commendable step taken by the wife of the Vice President to engage people in productive economy activities such as home decorations and soft furnishing which is a notable step for employment, adding that it is in addition to their formal education as the beneficiaries.
The Osun first lady pledged to support the project with 31 sewing machines through her NGO IleriOluwa Development Initiative.
She thanked the management and the wife of Vice President Mrs Dolapo Osinbajo for their affection for Osun Citizens.
Also speaking, Osun project Coordinator Miss Onifade Titilayo appreciated wife of the Givernor, Mrs Kafayat Oyetola for her kind gesture and support for the woman helping hand skill acquisition project.
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