DFWA partners with British Africa to create youth employability 

DFWA has partnered with British Africa towards creating employment for African youths and to eradicate the high level of unemployment in the continent.

Imo state chapter taking the lead held a massive no to drug abuse state event has attracted the first-ever business networking program in partnership British Africa to create a skill acquisition center in the state.

The Imo Business Network which was held on the 14th of April 2022 was led by the state state project mentor of DFWA, Hon.Dr. Lina Okereke

Speaking to newsmen during the event, Hon. Lina stated that the state has shown laudable success by attracting the first creation of the Imo business network in the state and Nigeria in general.

The president of DFWA, Engr Chinagorum Nkaru added that the partnership was aimed at creating a project toward youth employability in the state and beyond.

“DFWA has partnered with British Africa towards creating projects for employability for African youths. Aiming eradicating the high level of unemployment in the continent and I`m glad that Imo state has taken the giant step to have showcased a laudable project and attracted the first creation of Imo Business Network to kick start the first DFWA Skill acquisition center”, she said,

The Imo business network had entrepreneurs from all works of life gather at the former fsp park in the state to showcase their arts and products.

It was a welcome development in the state and was proudly led by DFWA. People will be welcomed from all parts of the state and beyond to see and purchase goods made by Nigerians.

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