Bradama International Skill Works Graduates 200 Trainees

The Federal Government is leaving no stone unturned in developing the teeming youths of the Niger-Delta through the Presidential Amnesty Programme. Bradama International Skill Works recently graduated Ex-Agitators trained on Scaffolding and Rigging, Welding and Fabrication-Mechanical Fitting, Abrasive Blasting and Industrial Training under the Presidential Amnesty Programme.

The ceremony which happened to be the 5th Edition of its kind had in attendance the Governor of Ondo State ably represented by Mr. Oyebo Aladetun the Special Adviser to the Executive Governor of on Niger Delta Affairs, Management of the Presidential Amnesty Office, Nigerian Security Agencies, Traditional and Religious Leaders , The Ijaw Youth Congress (IYC), Women and Youth Organization, Ex-Agitators as well as other stakeholders.

The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta and Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Program Professor Charles Quaker Dokubo was represented by His Principal Assistant Dr Monima. Dr. Monima who was impressed with the facility on ground at Bradama International Skill Works Ltd reaffirmed the readiness of the amnesty office to deploy more youths to the training facility. In delivering the message of Professor Charles Dokubo, he charged the ex-agitator to put what they have learnt into top use as theAmnesty Office is working on empowering them with tool needed to be self employed.

The CEO of Bradama International Skill Works Ltd High Chief Bibopere Ajube in his message implored the youths to shun all sort of social vices in a bid to develop the Niger-Delta region.

One of the graduating trainees Joseph, who spoke on behalf of the ex-agitators thanked the Federal Government for the opportunity and promised that he and his colleagues will put what they have learnt to proper use in the advancement of the region.

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