NEPAD to take development to the grassroots-Coordinator

Abiodun Popoola,Abuja

The National Coordinator/Chief Executive officer of NEPAD Nigeria, Princess Gloria Akobundu has promised to deliver to the people at the grassroots level the vision of NEPAD.

The NC/CEO disclosed this when she received the Caretaker Chairman Hon Adeniyi Abdulfatai Adeagbo and his team on NEPAD Skills Initiative for Africa recently in her office.

Hon Adeniyi Abdulfatai Adeagbo congratulated the NC/CEO on her passion and zeal for the grassroot development, her vision to reposition, rework and rebrand NEPAD to deliver its mandate to Nigerians in all sectors of the economy.  He further requested NEPAD to strengthen its relationship with State Coordinators in order to facilitate the domestication of NEPAD programmes and activities in the states.

Hon Adeniyi Abdulfatai Adeagbo presented the concept of Progressive Vocational entrepreneurship   Training School, Okaka,( PVET) to The National Coordinator/Chief Executive officer of NEPAD Nigeria, Princess Gloria Akobundu.

She assured the chairman that NEPAD under her leadership will work assiduously to ensure that the project is approved and that at the grassroots will feel the impact of NEPAD.

She emphasised on  reasons of empowering  women and youth and also frowned at youth restiveness in the nation and even globally, and thereby advised the Chairman being a youth to also see the reason why it is necessary to appreciate the  leaders .

Hon  Adeniyi Abdulfatai Adeagbo appreciate the  National Coordinator/Chief Executive officer of NEPAD Nigeria, Princess Gloria Akobundu for this support and encouragement and as the spokesperson for NEPAD IN South West, he is ready to spread the good news to all local governments and will be ready to be a good ambassador of NEPAD globally.

Present at the event was Edith Udo-Udo Nelson, Director Strategy planning and corporate development ( SPDC), Voice of Nigeria; the visit was initiated by Abiodun Popoola, Head of Yoruba Service Voice of Nigeria Abuja.

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