- Beneficiaries can earn from across the world
- They have taken ownership of their lives
Mrs. Maryam Uwais, the Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Social Investment Programme (SIP) visited the N-Power Software Training Camp in Abuja recently where she said she was encouraged by what she saw and the kind of training the beneficiaries receive at the Abuja centre.
Hajia Uwais was accompanied by the Special Assistant to the President on Job Creation and the National Coordinator of the N-Power Programme, Mr Afolabi Imoukhuede.
Below are the five key points Hajia Maryam Uwais said about N-Power Software training and the opportunities for the beneficiaries:
- I have seen young people taking ownership of their lives, earning decent salaries, living good life and supporting their family and community.
- With the skills learnt, beneficiaries can earn from across the world.
- There are no barriers when it comes to technology. Beneficiaries need to use this opportunity productively because Government is reaching out directly.
- This training should give them hope.
- The training should also make them more patriotic because the government is reaching out to them directly.
“This is an opportunity I want to see you utilise well,” Hajia Uwais said during the visit.
There are no barriers with technology. Beneficiaries need to use this opportunity productively because Government is reaching out directly.
With the skills learnt, beneficiaries can earn from across the world.
~Mrs. Maryam Uwais at the N-Power Software training centre. pic.twitter.com/7ntnlMbjdr
— N-Power (@npower_ng) November 4, 2019
Abuja is the central training centre for beneficiaries from the Northern region comprising 2,000 young Nigerian youths. They were given brand new HP laptop for their training.