Archbishop Maduoma commissions GOIN Foundation

As part of efforts to empower youths and reduce the current high crime rate in the country, a Christian Association official, Barr. Green Oluchukwu Nnabugwu, has floated a foundation (GOIN) to teach youths skills that will enable them compete with their peers in other countries.
Barr. Nnabugwu, who is the Southern President Christian Association of Nigeria Youth Wing, said his efforts were geared towards assisting youths key into the digital world so as to acquire skills that will sustain them instead of waiting for white collar jobs that are not available.
In his remarks before the commissioning of the centre, Archbishop Caleb Maduoma of Ideato Diocese thanked the founder for his great vision which he said is geared towards youth emancipation. He prayed for the sustenance of the project.
Speaking also, the Vice-Chairman of the occasion, Barr. Uche Ohia, stressed the need for youths to acquire skills to be self-reliant.  In his words – “I thank God for His vision which is of utmost importance to the society”. Digitalization, according to him, does not give anybody a choice, therefore there is need for all to support the project as it will add value to society”.  He spoke on behalf of the chairman, Dr. Innocent Ezuma.
Delivering a lecture on Entrepreneurship, Dr. Osita Godson who was represented by Engr. Guy Igbokwe, defined an entrepreneur as a person who organizes a business venture and assures the desired risk. He asserted that for anybody to be an entrepreneur, he/she must be witty, talented, creative, exhibit professionalism as well as embrace economy development.
A member of Trustee GOIN Foundation and G.O Healing the Nation Inc, Bishop Erimujo, CEO Okemic Company Nigeria Ltd, Okike Michael and Chairmen/Secretaries of youth Wing Christian Association of Nigeria, South-South’/South-East Zones, thanked the founder for this great initiative and urged others to always think of the welfare of their neighborus for the good of the society. They further charged the youths to utilize the opportunity to become computer literate.
In an interview with some of the beneficiaries, Eberechukwu Nwosu, Okeke Caleb and Victory Ifesinachukwu, expressed their profound gratitude to the founder of GOIN Foundation, and promised to be serious with their lecture, while praying for the good and progress of the initiator.
The computer centre is equipped with brand new computers and qualified teachers engaged to handle the students in Corel Draw, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel among others.  The centre is expected to graduate at least 400 students annually.

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