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Nigerian graduates have made a passionate call to leverage their ability to acquire and develop entrepreneurship, SAED, the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC programme, to develop their own wealth. On Tuesday, during the flag-off event of a 2021 batch 'A '(Stream 1) orientation course, NYSC Ondo State Coordinator, Mrs Victoria Nnenna Ani, called for a training course on SAEDs. Ani said the members of the corps should take up the program, as it will help them to improve and secure their future. "Not everyone will have the chance to secure paid private sector employment or earn public service wages but you can.



"We have promising all our business skills, but they would prove profitable both here on the camp and during the year of service, with your diligence and your commitment to the training programme. She recalled that not everyone was born in his mouth with the silver spoon and that as such those of the humble background should bear in mind the kids of whom they are, and adore skills or vocations which will make them economically independent. "The world is not right for everyone and I would like to appeal to you from the beginning to put on your thought cap and join this team and free you now and in the nearest future from financial hardships." The NYSC boss praised the resiliency of the Trainers and Facilitators who, despite their little motivation, were always known to give the body members their best. "I am impressed by the solidarity show that the Trainers and Facilitators have always shown towards the SAED programme. She acknowledged and appreciated your sacrifice during a week extension of Batch 'A' 2020."



In her introductory remarks, Mrs. Itohan Ehimwenma challenged the membership to show their creativity and creativity in camp training by the SAED, program's Assistant Director/ Head of Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurial Development. "This time the era of white collar work has dramatically descended and you have to go extra miles and be empowered with qualifications and vocations to survive today, my dear children in the national service." The SAED assistant director pointed out that the trainers and facilitators qualify professionally and expertly to support the corporate members to fulfill their dreams of being industries captains and business gurus. The SAED Headquarters monitoring officer, Mrs. Adedini, gave the corpse members the message of good will and encouraged them to do intensive workouts for the nine days.

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