Anambra State Governor, Professor Chukwuma Soludo has commissioned a new digital hub that is fully equipped with world-class Information and Communications Technology, ICT gadgets.
This is in furtherance of his administration’s quest to provide citizens of the state, especially youths with new skills and jobs.
Governor Soludo enjoined the over 120 trainees drawn from 14 communities across the local council to ensure the maximum utilization of the opportunities provided by the training facility to widen their digital knowledge and skill.
He commended the Aguata Local Government Transition Committee chairman, Dr. Chibueze Offorbuike for his efforts in setting up the digital centre.
However, the Special Adviser to the governor on Youth Empowerment, Dr Nelson Omenugha lauded the Transition Chairman of Aguata for his commitment to the betterment of Aguata people.
He urge the participants to seize the opportunity in order to acquire more digital skills.
Earlier in his remarks, the Aguata transition Committee Boss explained that the facility was designed in a way that it would assist the trainees to acquire knowledge and skills required in the digital world, especially, in the area of CCTV installation and solar engineering.
He added that the facility would also serve as a learning centre where people in the area would be engaged in teaching and learning process.
In their goodwill messages, the APGA Candidate for Aguata Constituency1, Honourable Anayo Okpalaeke and Aguata Constituency 2, Honourable Tony Mobiike commended the Transition Committee chairman for being a pacesetter.
The APGA Chairman in Aguata, Honourable Vitalist Okoroakor expressed joy that the Soludo administration was working with the youths.
He appreciated the Transition Committee chairman for establishing the digital center at the local government for the training of Aguata youths.
Other personalities who spoke during the commissioning of the ICT Hub include, MD/CEO Anambra State Information Communication Technology Agency, Mr. Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata, the traditional ruler of Ezinifite Igwe Bob Orji, among others.
Source: Voice of Nigeria