GNOSIS Leadership Academy, Utako-Abuja has urged youths in the country to be part of nation-building and to discover their intellectual ability towards the development of the country.
Speaking during a training programme, organised in Abuja, at the weekend, the president/chief executive officer (CEO) of the academy, Mr Emmanuel Bawa, promised that the academy would continue to assist in providing quality education for youths across the entire country.
Bawa revealed that the academy has already set to train youths on how to make difference for the development of the Nigerian economic system, just like other developed countries of the World.
One of the participants at the training, Mrs. Sarah Shekwnoya Tukura, thanked the academy for the gestures, just as she applauded the academy for empowering men and women to discover their talents and becoming self-reliant, rather than looking for the collars jobs.
Tukura also urged the federal government to supports and assists the academy with funding, and to create an enabling environment for the institutions to explore and contribute its quota towards developing the society.
She also commended the federal government for diversifying Nigerian economy, especially the agricultural sectors, rather than depending on the oil sectors alone.
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