130 N-Skills Beneficiaries Commence Training on Fish Farming In South East
…. beneficiaries laud MUNAMAJ Solutions Limited
Not less than 130 N-Skills beneficiaries have commenced training on fish farming courtesy of the federal government intervention.
Some beneficiaries at the ongoing fish farming training being organized by the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development in Collaboration with National Social Investment Program (N-SIP) have commended MUNAMAJ SOLUTIONS LIMITED, the consultant handling the training, for its fishery skills training programme in the Region.
Famousreporters.com gathered that MUNAMAJ SOLUTIONS LIMITED has initiated a ten days fishery training for over 130 youths comprising men, women and persons living with Special Needs under the National Social Investment Program (N-SIP).
The Chairman of MUNAMAJ Solutions Limited, Hon. Ufuoma Johngold who facilitated the value chain fish farming skill acquisition programme for the South East youths said the exercise, which was designed to expose the youths to fish farming to enable them to become self-reliant would be run for ten days.
Johngold, who stated this at the opening ceremony of the training and flagging-off of the N-Skills Program in South East Nigeria at GRA, Aba, Abia State last week, noted that in order to commence the training of the beneficiaries, the Ministry has selected 130 beneficiaries from the 5 States for the ten days apprenticeship who were carefully selected using NBTE-guided criteria.
The Chairman of MUNAMAJ Solutions Limited reiterates that the world has gone beyond seeking white-collar jobs, therefore, “there’s the need to acquire skills for self-sustenance became imperative.”
According to Ufuoma Johngold “the N-Skills programme provides unique solutions to the two perennial challenges of youth unemployment and low productivity in the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) sector.
“It gives us the opportunity to onboard large numbers of unemployed and marginalized youths in the country and brings them into productive employment and formal education system, in the shortest possible time.” Ufuoma Johngold asserted.
Responding to questions from journalists, Kalu Chukwuemeka, a Director of MUNAMAJ Solutions Limited, the consulting firm handling the training, posited that the trainees by the end of the programme would be able to impact the knowledge to others, provide food for themselves and grow to become big-time fish merchants for local and international trade.
Also speaking, Amadi Obinna, also a Director of MUNAMAJ Solutions Limited, expressed joy that the participants were in high spirits to learn and set up fish farms to better their lives.
Amadi Obinna noted that “since the country is moving into Agro-economy, the participants should key into it and make a good fortune out of the fish farming business.”