Access Bank donates multi-million edifice to NYSC in GOMBE

NYSC Gets A Mega Skill Acquisition Centre Donated by Access Bank

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The Management of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC)  has been commended for introducing Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development (SAED) programme to Corps Members.

The Group Managing Director (GMD), Access Bank Nigeria Plc, Dr Hebert Wigwe, gave this remark today in Gombe, during the official handover of NYSC North-East Zonal Skill Acquisition Centre to NYSC management.

The multi-million naira edifice, which was solely constructed and donated by Access Bank has facilities for training Corps Members in automobile, carpentry, tailoring, hairdressing, metal/mechanical workshop, catering, GSM repair, barbing salon, ICT among others.

In his address during the ceremony, Dr Wigwe urged the private sector to support the NYSC Scheme in its quest to reduce unemployment among the youths.

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He said Access Bank believes in youth empowerment and would therefore improve the facilities at the centre.

In his remarks at the ceremony, the Director, Skills Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development, Mr Nuhu Kwaghe, said the intervention of NYSC Scheme in youth empowerment has attracted lots of development partners to the Scheme.

He added that Access Bank’s kind gesture is another milestone in the entrepreneurship drive of the Director-General.

The Director-General, Brigadier General Suleiman Kazaure said the training centre will bridge skills gap and provide residential training at no cost to interested Corps Members.

He commended the management of Access Bank Plc for its determination to contribute towards your empowerment.

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General Kazaure also appealed to other stakeholders to emulate Access Bank towards assisting in the construction and completion of the remaining regional SAED centres across the country.

“The biggest challenge to the vision of skill acquisition and youth empowerment has been lack of facility for post-camp skill training. I appeal to Corps Members to take full advantage of this facility and equip themselves for future prosperity”, the Director-General said.

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