By Nna Anulumadu
In an effort to ensure that modern day technology is fully embraced and utilised for maximum productivity, Anambra youth have been charged to leverage technology and state government training initiatives
The special adviser to Governor Chukwuma Soludo on youth Empowerment programme Dr. Nelson Omenugha made the charge while interacting with leadership of Ekwulobia Diocesan Catholic Youth Organization of Nigeria ( CYON) who gathered at St Charles Catholic Church Achina for a youth programme with His Eminence Cardinal Ebele Okpalaeke last Saturday.
According to him, in order to survive economic realities in the country, our youth should do the needful by leveraging technology and some government training initiatives such as “one youth, two skills” to gain lifelong skills, become productive and market their skills.
Dr Omenugha who also represented the National Chairman of APGA, Barr Ezeokenwa Sly Jr at the event highlighted some efforts and life-impacting programmes of APGA government towards ensuring that no youth is left behind on our journey to a livable homeland.
In a special way, he commended His Eminence, Cardinal Okpalaeke and the Youth chaplains for their spirited commitment towards youth engagement and development in Ekwulobia diocese. “We recognize that the future of the church is hinged on the quality of her today’s youth. Therefore, we appreciate this forum which provides opportunity for the youths to co-create and co-claim value through effective discussion with the church leadership on issues of faith and welfare.