The Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, in Lagos State, Pastor Cornelius Ojelabi on Wednesday, led some key members of the party executives to the Constituency office of Senator Mukhail Adetokunbo Abiru for a crucial meeting with Senator Abiru’s over 2,000 Canvassers from Kosofe and Somolu LGAs.
The Canversers operate under the auspices of East Consultative Forum,ECF, an independent Campaign group that is complementing the party’s voters mobilisation drive in the Lagos East Senatorial District.
There are over 4,000 Canvassers engaged by Senator Abiru to mobilise voters to vote for all the APC candidates in the February 25 and March 11, 2023 general elections.
Similar sensitisation sessions were held for Canvassers from Ikorodu, Epe, Ibeju Lekki.
Senator Tokunbo Abiru in his remarks, appealed to the Canvassers to intensify voters mobilisation exercise across Kosofe, Ikosi-Isheri, Agboyi-Ketu, Somolu Bariga and by extension, the 98 wards in the 16 LGAs/LCDAs under Lagos East.
According to the Senator, It is imperative for the party to have a large voter turnout that will boost the number of votes for APC, particularly, the presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
He reiterated that ECF is not in competition with the party, but complementing the efforts of the party in mobilizing voters to vote for all APC. Senator Abiru said respect for the party and its structures remained sacrosanct.
He disclosed further that campaign sourvenirs were first given to the party before getting to the Canvesers and their coordinators across the Lagos East Senatorial District.
The Party Chairman, Pastor Ojelabi said Senator Tokunbo Abiru has shown that he is indeed a loyal party man, who is genuinely seeking the success of the party at the polls. According to him, Senator Abiru has strenthened the confidence of the party members through his robust reward system that gets to beneficiaries directly.
Pastor Ojelabi said Senator Abiru has re-enacted the what the Holy Bible says in Revelation 22 vs 12, … “And, behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be”. He assured that Canvassers who diligently mobilize andd ensure that voters vote for all APC Candidates will get the reward as promised by the #DoingGood Senator.
“The Senator has done. He has given to Ceasar what belongs to Ceasar and we should ensure that will highest numbers of votes for the APC in Lagos. The Party Chairman said that Senator Abiru has delivered exceptionally well on his mandate in the last 25 months he has been in the saddle.
“I have been to Senator Abiru Innovation Lab (SAIL), the first of its kind Innovation Hub in this district that is focused on Human Capital Development of young people. Senator Abiru’s achievements in just two years are just mind-blowing”, Pastor Ojelabi said at the meeting.
Chairman, Agboyi-Ketu, LCDA, Mayor Dele Osinowo also charged Canvassers and party members and supporters to work harder for the party and get more eligible voters to vote for APC. He said the ECF initiative and its reward system for members are novel.Osinowo said, “The support the Senator has given to the party is unprecendeted in the history of the Lagos East.
Other party leaders in attendance include: Hon (Mrs) Oladunjoye Olayinka, Vice-Chairman, Lagos East APC, Hon Abiodun Aigbe, Lagos APC Treaurer, Hon (Mrs) Animawun Adejumoke, Assistant Secretary, Lagos APC, Dr Murital Seriki, Lagos APC Youth Leader, Ogboni Fouad Oki, Engr. Adekunle Olayinka, Director, Volunteer and Support Group, State Campaign Council.
Hon Rotimi Abiru, Lagos State House of Assembly member(Somolu Constituency 2), Chairperson, Ikosi-Isheri, LCDA, Hon (Princess) Samiat Abolanle Bada, Chairman, Kosofe LGA, Barrister Moyosore Ogunlewe, Hon(Mrs) Kafilat Ogbara, Dr Saheed Oladapo Ibikunle, Hon(Princess) Adebimpe Akinsola, Alhaja Ogunniyi Hon Segun Oladapo(Oscar) and Hon. Gbenga Nollah amongst others.
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BACK TO SCHOOL: LiRA FOUNDATION DOLES OUT KITS TO PUPILS, STUDENTS IN LAGOS ~Ajasa-Info
…Present Certificates to ICT trainees
LiRA Foundation led by the strong-willed convener, Lijirin Ruth Ayomide, embarked on Season 3 of her Yearly ‘Back-To-School’ Programme in Ladilak Primary School, on Saturday, September 10th, 2022.
In an endeavour to give back to the society, with unrestrained efforts to ease parents’ burden during this resumption period, the Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) set tongues wagging with the distribution of school materials to over 5000 beneficiaries.
According to the pioneer, who hailed from Bariga Local Council, she recounted on the NGO’s previous encounters and further commended the essential support of her dedicated team, Mr Babajide Sanwoolu (Grand Host & Governor of Lagos), Hon. Kolade Alabi (Chief Host & ALGON Chairman), Senator Adetokunbo Abiru (Lagos East Senatorial District), Chief Mrs Folashade Ojo (Iyaloja General), Oba Babatunde Saliu (Oloworo of Oworo Land), Rev. Esther Ajayi (Founder, Love of Christ Generation Church of Nigeria) and others.
“The journey so far, hasn’t been an easy one to come by, but we solely believed in the mantra ‘Never Give Up’. The 2019 edition was superb, 2021 was indeed a success story.”
“The synergy of our vibrant, diligent, intelligent and result-oriented team, rejigged their individual responsibilities to make this 3rd edition a reality. I’m so much proud of our sponsors, collaborators, parents and the future leaders. God bless you all.” she stated.
In no order of preference, pupils and students who thronged the venue were wowed with back-to-school kits, viz, School Bags, Food Flasks, Pairs of Unisex Sandals; Exercise books & Text Books, 1000ml Reusable Water-Bottles and Nourishments. Meanwhile, random selected participants were engaged on Spelling Bee & Quiz Competitions and September-borns were celebrated at interval.
Likewise, the beneficiaries of the 2022 Information and Communications Technology (ICT) training, received their certificates in the midst of their guardians, having been up-skilled intensively at Ruthowen Nigeria Limited (7, Albert Street Palm Grove, Somolu) beyond a calendar month.
The educational-driven quest to revive the act of humanitarian services, as displayed by Lijirin-led foundation, featured her lovely mother, Mrs Lijirin Beatrice, SP Eburuaja G. (DCO, Pedro Police Station), Mr BULUS (Office Manager, CMS Police Station), Lagos Youths for Sanwoolu and youths from 3 senatorial districts in Lagos State.
The programme also captured the significant presence of various representatives from the convener’s hood, among were, Hon. Adebomojo Oluwatoyin (Chief of Staff), Hon. Wasiu Balogun (Ward B Legislator), Hon. Sodiq Jamiu and Hon Modiu Olatilewa (Supervisors for Education & Health respectively); Alhaji Al-Imam Akorede ‘DanAzeez’ Lukman, Hon. Okeowo Nureni (APC LGA Youth Leader), Mrs Funmilayo Ayodele a.k.a Bombay, ALGON vocalists, Bariga TV and many more.
September 11, 2022
SENATOR ABIRU GIVES ACCOUNT OF STEWARDSHIP IN THE LAST 14 MONTHS IN OFFICE ~Ajasa-Info
…Remodelled Oluwo Fish Market, 960-spectator capacity mini stadium in Epe has been completed, to be Commission soon.
…N300Million Constituency Intervention Revolving Loan Scheme will be unveiled next month.
The Senator representing Lagos East at the 9th National Assembly, Senator Adetokunbo Mukhail Abiru, gives account of stewardship in the last 14 months in office, during a media parley with press men yesterday at his constituency office.
The Senator also took the Press men to the THE INNOVATION SPACE which is tagged Senator Abiru Innovation Lab SAIL where the following five pilot programmes takes place:
– Tech Talent Development
– Business 101 for Artisans and Creatives
– STEM Education for Senior Secondary School Students.
– Lagos East Teachers’ Fellowship
– Startup Accelerator
It was the Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics STEM program, the press men were able to witness and their facilitator was able to explain how it is being run.
Senator Abiru said the reason STEM was run on a Saturday is because, the students will be in school From Monday to Friday, it is only on that Saturday is the convenient day for the pupils.
The Distinguished Senator Adetokunbo Mukhail Abiru FCA gives his account of stewardship which goes thus:
Dear esteemed Editors, it gladdens my heart to welcome you to this parley to give a record of my stewardship in the last 14 months in the saddle as the Senator representing the good people of the Lagos East Senatorial District in the National Assembly.
Recall that I was sworn-in on the 15th December 2020 as the Senator of the Federal Republic. I came in at a critical period in the nation’s history. It was a time we were slowly coming out of recession, which was also worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic.
It has indeed been a trying period for many households and the nation at large. What we as the Trustees of the Peoples’ sacred mandate have tried to do, is to deliberately and continuously keep the hope of the people alive by working assiduously to deliver on the promises I made to our esteemed constituents during the 2020 Lagos East Senatorial By-election electioneering campaign.
In fulfilment of our legislative agenda, I have sponsored many Bills and motions which cover different sectors including banking and financial services, the economy, copyright, health, infrastructure and the provision of the legal framework for the reduction of the cost of governance. We have also endeavoured to offer our possible best towards providing effective representation for our people.
EFFECTIVE REPRESENTATION OF CONSTITUENCY
As a member of the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, one of my primary responsibilities in the National Assembly is that of effective representation. In this light every matter that concerns my constituency has received its deserved and prompt attention and has always been treated as such, like the petition I recently presented on the floor of the Senate on behalf of the Magodo Residents Association over the invasion of the estate by security agents from the Office of the Inspector General of Police and the Attorney General of the Federation.
My commitment to our people and indeed Lagos State is that I will continue to provide effective representation.
I am of the firm belief that holders of political positions are in and hold a position of trust and must therefore fulfill the people’s aspirations. In the course of my campaigns and interaction with our people, I made promises as to my legislative agenda and I have within the limits of this short time tried to fulfil them.
In October 2021, I was made the substantive Chairman of the very important Senate Committee on Industries whose jurisdiction shall include:
Standardization and quality control:
Industrial development matters generally;
Incentives for, industrial development;
National industrial planning;
Aid to industries;
Heavy industries set up by the Federal Government of Nigeria;
Participation of small business enterprises, procurement and government contracts;
Promotion and administration of technology transfer programmes;
Privatization and commercialization:
Industrial Training Fund;
Annual Budget Estimates.
I have within this period brought to bear my background and experience in the discharge of my responsibilities as the Chairman. Already the Committees intervention is yielding fruits as the importance of industries to national development as a driver of industrialization through creation of jobs, generation of wealth, diversification of the economy, import substitution and enhancement of exports among others is gaining prominence in our national life and receiving attention.
I am committed to working assiduously collaborating with the leadership of the Senate and the National Assembly, Ministries, Departments, Parastatals and Agencies under the purview of the Committee to continue to sustain our journey of transformation and attain our goals of industrialization
BILLS AND MOTIONS
The primary function of a lawmaker is to make laws. The expansion of government services and functions has contributed to an endless procession of ideas for laws. During the campaigns and at the commencement of my tenure in the Senate, I set a legislative agenda highlighting my core legislative interests.
The Bills and motions in focus for my legislative tenure which are already before the Senate for consideration and passage include the following Thirteen (12) Bills and Four (4) motions:
Copyright Act repeal and re-enactment Bill, 2021 (read the second time)
Dishonored Cheques Act Cap D11 LFN 2004 (Amendment) Bill 2021 (read the first time).
Federal High Court Act (Amendment) Bill 2021 (read the first time).
The Federal Polytechnic Epe (Establishment, etc) Bill 2021.
The Utilities Charges Commission Act (Repeal) Bill, 2021.
The Control of Delegated Legislation (Control and Procedure) Bill, 2021.
The National Boundary Commission, Act (Amendment) Bill, 2021.
The National Economic Intelligence Committee (establishment, etc) Act (Repeal) Bill, 2021.
The National Economic Reconstruction Fund Act (Repeal) Bill, 2021.
The National Productivity Centre Act (Repeal) Bill, 2021.
The National Metallurgical Development Centre Act (Repeal) Bill, 2021.
The Energy Commission of Nigeria Act (Repeal) Bill, 2021.
Motion on the ban of cryptocurrency in Nigeria.
Motion on the urgent need for the rehabilitation of the Ikorodu-Shagamu and Ikorodu-Itoikin-Epe roads to further bridge the infrastructural gap and enhance economic growth in Nigeria.
Motion on the need to position Nigeria and Nigerian businesses for continental growth through the African continental free trade zone (Afcftz)
STATUS OF BILLS AND MOTIONS
All the bills have been read the first time on the floor of the Senate while the Copyright Act (repeal and re-enactment) Bill, 2021 has been read the second time with the public hearing concluded and is awaiting presentation of the report on the Bill by the Committee.
Also, sequel to motion I moved calling on the Federal Government to urgently intervene in the Ikorodu/Sagamu Road and Ikorodu/Itoikin/Epe Epe Road, our intervention with necessary follow-up and leveraging on our network has yielded positive outcomes as the Federal Government has included the funding of Ikorodu-Shagamu, in the SUKUK Financing program and the Ikorodu-Itoikin in the 2022 budget.
THE NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Our leadership approach is modelled around Human-Centered Design. This approach mitigates against assumption of People’s needs and planning of solutions without their involvement.
Therefore, shortly after my inauguration, I commissioned an extensive NEEDS ASSESSMENT survey to ascertain the most pressing challenges facing respective communities under my district.
The scientific study supervised by competent Researchers revealed startling and disturbing facts about the state of public infrastructure, and socio-economic conditions of our people at the grassroots.
Based on the findings of the NEEDS ASSESSMENT , in January 2021, I kicked off the COVID-19 Relief Scheme for the vulnerable people in the Lagos East Senatorial district and it has been running since then. The beneficiaries include widows, women, unemployed youth, aged and people with physical disabilities drawn from the 98 wards in the 16 Local Governments and Local Council Development Areas. As of today, we have about 2,500 vulnerable members of the society being catered for.
In Ikorodu Central, Aga Primary School located in Borokini area was overstretched due to high enrolment of pupils. The four classrooms in the schools had become distressed and inadequate. I facilitated four blocks of 24 classrooms equipped with complements of furniture and 16 toilets and Solar-Powered Borehole. The infrastructure has greatly improved learning outcomes in the school.
In Ibeju-Lekki, two blocks of 6 classrooms have been completed at RCM Primary School Iwerekun, Ibeju-Lekki. In Agboyi-Ketu LCDA, 1 block of 3 classrooms have also been delivered at Ajelogo Primary School. An ICT centre has also been facilitated at the Igbobi Junior High School, Somolu Lagos.
The yearnings for health facilities by esteemed constituents were also heeded. I facilitated the construction of a 40-bed Health facility and Dental Centre at the Ikorodu Campus of the Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH), now known as the Lagos State University of Science and Technology. A 200-solar-powered street lights were attracted to the institution.
In the same manner, another 30-Bed Health facility at Mascara Health Centre in Agboyi Ketu LCDA was also provided to the people. Likewise, another 40-bed is under construction at Isiu, Ikorodu North LCDA.
In Epe, a 960-spectator capacity mini stadium was also facilitated for the benefit of people, especially the youth. The two-pavilion sport facility is equipped with Basketball and Volleyball courts, and is almost ready for commissioning.
Equally, the popular Oluwo Fish Market in Epe has also been remodeled. I have rehabilitated the entire market and increased the number of shops from 259 to 319 comprising of lock-up shops, open sheds and 48 toilets.
To further empower businesses to thrive through the creation of enabling environment, we facilitated the supply and installation of transformers in several locations in the District including:
Ito Progressive CDA, Ito Isiu
Igbopa Ifesowopo CDA, Ijede
Ire Ifelodun CDA, Igbogbo-Bayeku
Magodo Community CDA Oke Ota Ona, Ikorodu
Ikorodu GRA 2, Ibeshe Igbogbo-Bayeku
Ifeloju Abule Eko,Ijede Ikorodu
Sekungba CDA ikosi Ejirin
Isale Agoro CDA, Epe LGA
Ideraoluwa CDA, Eredo LGA
Olugayan CDA, Imota
The supply and installation of transformers to other communities like:
Idegun CDA, Imota
Gbaga Olorunda CDA
Adamo (Ikorodu North)
Agura Central Gberigbe ( Ikorodu North)
Garden Estate (Agboyi Ketu LCDA)
Agunbiade CDA ( Somolu)
TOKUNBO ABIRU CONSTITUENCY TEAM FOUNDATION (TACT FOUNDATION)
Education and Youth development being part of the cardinal areas in our constituency services, through my Foundation, TACT(Tokunbo Abiru Constituency Team) Foundation, in October 2021, six hundred (600) brilliant but indigent students also benefited bursaries from the endowment instituted.
In a deliberate move at spreading prosperity across the Lagos East Senatorial District, my office in partnership with The Fate Foundation and Chartered Standard Foundation organized a Business Workshop/Clinic for 1000 MSMEs across the Senatorial district.
The training which attracted Executive Leadership of business-related regulatory agencies and partners like; BOI, SMEDAN, CAC, LIRS, NAFDAC and LSETF greatly enhanced the capacity of MSMEs in the district.
In addressing the dearth of knowledge which is one of the major reasons why MSMEs fail, a knowledge pack containing seven valuable books covering areas like; Financial Management, Human Capital, Legal, Strategy, Marketing and Communication, Digital Technology and Tax Management authored by reputable corporations including Deloitte, KPMG, Verraki among others were given free of charge to all trainees.
Participants also received Enterprise Development Certificates after the training.
I went further to announce a N100Million (One Hundred Million Naira) Constituency Intervention Revolving Loan at a very low concessional 6% interest rate per annum, which will be topped by additional N100 Million from the Bank of Industry (BOI) and the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund(LSETF) has also graciously pledged to add N100Million totaling N300Million.
The N300Million Constituency Intervention Revolving Loan Scheme will be unveiled next month, April for the benefit of MSMEs, Artisans and tradesmen in Lagos East.
In the same manner, I have set up a Community Innovation Space known as Senator Abiru Innovation Lab (SAIL) in partnership with a renowned technology and Social Enterprise company, The Co-creation Hub (Cc-HUB) in Lagos to train youths in the senatorial district on relevant digital and innovation skills, and build the best entrepreneurs that can compete in the ever-dynamic global economy.
The Center is currently situated in Ikorodu within our district, starting from the constituency office but planning to move into a bigger facility by July 2022. Five (5) pilot programmes have been put together with a view to proffer solutions to some of the challenges identified and many of our youths have started applying for opportunities to participate in the programmes.
Over Four Thousand (4,000) young people across the Lagos East Senatorial District applied for the SAIL programmes. Currently, over One Hundred Fifty (150) students are participating in the Five (5) Pilot Programmes at the SAIL Centre in Ikorodu while over One Thousand (1000) eligible applicants will be trained online.
The programmes are as follows:
Lagos East Teachers’ Fellowship – a programme aimed at equipping Educators with new skills that would lead to better learning outcomes. It is for Teachers who are interested in inquiry-based learning, and want to use technology in their classrooms to the benefit of their students.
Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education for Senior Secondary School Students – a programme designed to introduce students between the ages of 13-18 years to the concept of physical computing.
Business 101 for Artisans and Creatives – this programme is designed for creative startups in the fashion, crafts, or design sector in order to upscale the approach to business in a fast-evolving world. This training will help creatives better understand how to use technology to improve their businesses.
Tech Talent Development – is aimed at identifying young people who are interested in a career in technology. Selected candidates will be taken through a learning plan that will transform them from complete novice to entry level software engineers in 6 months. At the end of the training programme, they will be fully qualified for an entry level job or internship.
Startup Accelerator for Businesses – is for young people who have business ideas that can be amplified by technology. The aim is to accelerate their growth with hands-on business support. For those who have a prototype, we will help them with product-market fit as well as build their capacity to be able to attract funding and support for their business. For those who don’t yet have a prototype, we will support them to develop their ideas for the testing phase.
These programmes shall run for between 3 – 6 months and more applicants shall be admitted in the subsequent classes after this pilot phase.
For this year 2022, through collaboration with the leadership of the Senate, the National Assembly, Ministries, Departments, Parastatals and Agencies, we are determined to facilitate people-oriented projects in our other LGAs/LCDAs in the areas of; Health, Education and other required infrastructure.
I have been able to facilitate projects worth over 1 Billion Naira in key areas for our constituency in the 2022 Appropriation Act. (Attached)
Ladies and gentlemen of the press, I will be the first to admit that the economic and security challenges facing the county are daunting. Indeed, at no time in our recent past has the nation’s economy, well-being, peace and unity been so vigorously and persistently challenged. I however urge you not to despair but to remain hopeful. I believe that as we work conscientiously and openly, and together with unity of purpose and solidarity and with God on our side, we shall overcome all these challenges facing us.
The next few months is a time to strive to be better people and to also leverage on the lessons of the preceding months. Importantly it is not a time to be wasteful or careless about our economic activities, rather a time to harness every economic growth that the realities of the past years have thrown in our hands.
As we also know that 2022 is the penultimate year to the general elections of 2023, it is important to begin to assess our individual aspirations towards ensuring that Nigeria becomes a better place and this can only be achieved by ensuring that we all get registered as eligible voters and prepare to exercise our civic responsibilities without fears.
In conclusion, I pledged that we will work even better this year to provide better and more robust effective representation for the people of Lagos East Senatorial District and “ensure greater good to a larger number of people”.
I assure you that I will not let our people down. In 2022, the tempo of #DoingGood won’t wane. We will not be distracted nor deterred. Expect More!
God bless you all.
Senator Mukhail Adetokunbo Abiru, FCA
Lagos East Senatorial District
Chairman, Senate Committee On Industries
Saturday, 19th March, 2022.
Senator Abiru Graciously Continues COVID-19 Financial Support Scheme In 2022 For 2500 Beneficiaries As Impact Of Pandemic Persists ~Ajasa-Info
The Chairman, Senate Committee on Industries and the Senator representing the Lagos East Senatorial District, Distinguished Senator Mukhail Adetokunbo Abiru, FCA has continued his COVID-19 Financial Support Scheme in the year 2022.
The scheme was earlier planned to terminate in December 2021, but the Senator has graciously continued in the new year as the economic headwinds occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic are yet to fully abate.
Senator Abiru said his concern for the plight of the poor during the current fuel scarcity and the record food inflation necessitated the continuation of the financial support to ease the hardship of the vulnerable at the bottom of the socio-economic pyramid.
Today, the batch B beneficiaries in the 2500 pool of vulnerable constituents drawn across 98 wards in the 16 Local Governments and Local Council Development Areas received direct credits in their bank accounts.
For *fourteen (14)* consecutive months, People with physical disabilities, widows, aged, unemployed youth and women have been receiving support from Senator Abiru on a monthly basis. The scheme has been on since January 2021.
The #DoingGood Senator who has been delivering on his mantra of , ‘ Greater good to the larger number of people’ , has been greatly commended for his novel interventions and programmes.
For the records, the Senator recently established an Innovation Hub in the Lagos East district, known as the Senator Abiru Innovation Lab (SAIL) in partnership with a renowned technology and Social Enterprise company, The Co-creation Hub (Cc-HUB) to train youths in the senatorial district on relevant digital and innovation skills, and build the best entrepreneurs that can compete in the ever-dynamic global economy.
Over *Four Thousand (4,000)* young people across the Lagos East Senatorial District applied for the SAIL programmes. Currently, over *One Hundred Fifty (150)* students are participating in the *Five (5) Pilot Programmes* at the SAIL Centre in Ikorodu while over One Thousand (1000) eligible applicants will be trained online.
These programmes which shall run for between 3 – 6 months are as follows:
1. *Tech Talent Development* – is aimed at identifying young people who are interested in a career in technology. Selected candidates will be taken through a learning plan that will transform them from complete novice to entry level software engineers in 6 months. At the end of the training programme, they will be fully qualified for an entry level job or internship.
2. *Startup Accelerator for Businesses* – is for young people who have business ideas that can be amplified by technology. The aim is to accelerate their growth with hands-on business support. For those who have a prototype, we will help them with product-market fit as well as build their capacity to be able to attract funding and support for their business. For those who don’t yet have a prototype, we will support them to develop their ideas for the testing phase.
3.*Lagos East Teachers’ Fellowship* – a programme aimed at equipping Educators with new skills that would lead to better learning outcomes. It is for Teachers who are interested in inquiry-based learning, and want to use technology in their classrooms to the benefit of their students.
4 *Business 101 for Artisans and Creatives* – this programme is designed for creative startups in the fashion, crafts, or design sector in order to upscale the approach to business in a fast-evolving world. This training will help creatives better understand how to use technology to improve their businesses.
5 *Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Education for Senior Secondary School Students* – a programme designed to introduce students between the ages of 13-18 years to the concept of physical computing .
Massive global opportunities and guaranteed job placements await successful participants who deeply applied themselves to the training and acquired the high-demand tech and digital skills.
In April this year, a *N300 Million* Constituency Intervention Revolving Loan at a low concessional interest rate of Six (6) percent per annum will be unveiled for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the district.
“We shall continuously look out and champion policies and legislative agenda that will be of benefit to the greatest number of our people”, the Senator assured.