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Fintiri reopens vocational skills centre after eight years

Fintiri reopens vocational skills centre after eight years

5th August 2022 Adamawa governor, Ahmadu Fintiri 5th August 2022 Governor of Adamawa State, Ahmadu Fintiri, has re-opened a technical skills acquisition centre after eight-year abandonment.Fintiri, during the inauguration of the technical skills acquisition centre, on Thursday, noted the relevance of the centre in igniting the productive potential of the youths in the state through entrepreneurship training.The governor said, “We are making another history by injecting life back into the eight moribund Technical Skills Acquisition Centres across Adamawa State.“The Centres are structured to focus on skills acquisition and entrepreneurship training that are capable of igniting the potentials of our youths for productivity.

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