THE National Directorate of Employment (NDE) in Kano State on Monday launched training for 2,896 women and youths on various skills acquisition. The NDE Coordinator in Kano State, Alhaji Iliyasu Ahmed, said after the launch that the training was under the second phase of the nationwide programme to create 76,400 jobs initiated by Federal Government in January this year. He said out of the figure, no fewer than 2,029 women would receive training in cosmetology, while the remaining 869 males would be trained in various trades. He added that during the two weeks training, male beneficiaries would be taught how to make interlocks, tailoring, computer repairs, as well as electric and satellite repairs. The coordinator added that “a total of 2,896 persons will undergo the training in Kano State under the second phase for 76,400 jobs creation nationwide.
Source: Nigerian Tribune April 16, 2018 14:48 UTC