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Empowerment programme: Ideato monarchs, clerics others laud GOIN Foundation

Overwhelmed with the three-day skills  acquisition training organized by Green Oluchukwu Ijere Nnabugwu (GOIN) Foundation Inc. for youths and women in Ideato North and South Local Government areas of Imo State, traditional rulers, clerics and indigenes have applauded the founder, Barr. Oluchukwu Green Nnabugwu KSC (Ijere Izuogu) for his continuous effort to alleviate poverty and ensure that youths of Ideato nation become self reliance.
Speaking recently during the free empowerment programme held at GOIN Foundation centre, Nkwo Achi Ndi-Akeme Uno, Arondizuogu in Ideato North LG, HRH Eze A.N Nwachukwu, (Oree-Igbo 2 of Umualaoma Ancient Kingdom) and his counterpart, HRH Eze Innocent Mbanefo (Awada Ogbuonyeoma) in their various speeches noted that this is the first time women and Youths of Ideato nation are being trained in various skills ranging from wig making, solar energy, detergent, air freshener, liquid soap, crops/ livestock/Crop cultivation, amongst others, by a non-profit and non-political organization.
They expressed their profound gratitude to their illustrious  son who has distinguished himself in various spheres of life and enjoined participants to make good use of what has been learnt for the good of their families and the entire nation.
Also speaking, Ven. Ramsey Okeke, Ven Stanley Ugochukwu and Rev. Shadrach Chukwuzitere reaffirmed the support of various religious groups and called on other  sons of Ideato nation to partner with the Foundation for the interest of the masses.
In an interview, Barr. Nnabugwu disclosed that the empowerment programme is part of the foundation’s  effort to reduce the increasing rate of crime which is as a result of unemployment in the country.
According to him, ” the Foundation is committed to serving the grassroot people through enterprise development, peace building initiatives, human rights protection and promotion, global warming campaigns, economic enhancement schemes, civic enlightenment and literacy promotion, charity support programmes and primary health care intervention”.
A consultant on solar system, Kenneth Igwegbe,  disclosed that more than 200 participants can now use solar system to convert to electric light by the help of an inverter as they have equally learnt how to build different power banks for changing of cars, phones and other electronic devices.
Satisfied with the training, participants thanked GOIN Foundation for the cash and material donations given to them to enable them start up their different skills, while promising to utilize this opportunity for their growth.

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