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In Taraba State, Federal Government Trains Youths On Waste Management

On Tuesday 25th of October, the National Directorate of Employment In Taraba State began training youths in waste management techniques as part of the Basic Business Training program.

The four days of garbage recycling training for 30 youngsters, according to the state program coordinator Danjuma Shehu, were intended to lower unemployment, promote a healthy and hygienic environment, and create wealth.

Shehu pointed out that the Basic Business Training was created to help operators in the informal sector comprehend the fundamentals of sound business administration in a straightforward and useful manner.

He told the participants, “The manual given to you is to focus attention on the problems faced by operators in managing their businesses for survival and growth. The manual is to encourage you to apply management principles in your business.

“It is to also enable you increase the profitability in your business through proper record keeping, increase sales, and reduce operational cost.”

The Punch reports that the Director-General of the agency, Abubakar Fikpo, represented by the Director of Special Public Works in the agency, Mr. Idris Mahmud, appreciated the turn-up of participants for the training.

Fikpo said the training was deserving for every young Nigerian as it was targeted at improving the living condition of unemployed youth through waste resources management and improving sanitation for a good and hygienic environment.

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