Adamawa Gov’t, CAEI Successfully Trains Over 800,000 Individuals in Diverse Skill Sets

In a collaborative effort to combat poverty and boost local entrepreneurship, the Adamawa State Government and the Creative African Empowerment Initiative (CAEI) have successfully trained over 800 beneficiaries in Kojoli Community, Jada Local Government Area (LGA) of Adamawa State.

According to Ijabani Ijahu, Special Assistant to the
Governor of Adamawa State, the eight-week program spearheaded by CAEI’s Pitiko School of Entrepreneurship and supported by the Ministry of Entrepreneurship Development, Poverty Alleviation and Wealth Creation Agency (PAWECA), equipped participants with valuable skills in various fields, including:

Fashion Design
Catering Service
Farming/Animal Husbandry Etc.

This initiative aligns with Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri led 8 Point Agenda, his commitment to eradicating poverty across the state and fostering a thriving entrepreneurial ecosystem.

The good people of Adamawa State will be be forever grateful to Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri for his unwavering support to the people.

This program provides a fantastic opportunity to support both established and aspiring entrepreneurs in the communities,” representing the Coordinator PAWECA, Malam Abdulkadir Sani, said.

The success of this program highlights the importance of collaboration between government agencies and CAEI in empowering individuals and driving economic development.

While appreciating the NGO, Malam Abdulkadir Sani encourages the beneficiaries to make meaningful use of the knowledge they have acquired.

The CEO CAEI Mr. Solomon Nuhu extend his warm appreciation to the Executive Governor of Adamawa State, Rt. Honourable Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri, for creating a enabling environment where young entrepreneurs can strives to betterment of their families and community atlarge.

He further encouraged parents and community leaders to allowed their children to acquire new skills that will help  them to achieve their goal in life.