IMO STATE GOVERNMENT TO TRAIN 500 YOUTH IN AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT
Written by darling on September 9, 2019
Imo state governor EMEKA IHEDIOHA says he will set up a new irrigation scheme which will engage up to 500 youths across the State as part of his effort to empower youths for self-reliance.
IHEDIOHA who disclosed this in an event to mark his 100 days in office, said that the 500 youths will be engaged in agriculture schemes in Nasarawa state.
He also pledged to promote industry, agriculture, technology and social services and open up new landscapes of opportunities that will promote the collective good.
On his achievements so far in office, Governor Ihedioha disclosed that his administration has among other things, approved the award of contracts for the reconstruction of 14 critical roads across the state to relieve the sufferings of the people.