Chief Press Secretary to the Delta State Governor, Mr. Olisa Ifeajika has pledged to sponsor an additional twenty youths to the Young African Volunteers Network after ten youth leaders from Illah Community graduated from the Africa Volunteers and Leadership Institute on Sunday.
The Governor’s spokesman made the pledge at the closing ceremony of the YAVNETWORK 2020 after bagging the African Leadership and Social Impact Award for his contributions to youth development.
According to him, mental infrastructure is the biggest need of Nigeria at the moment, hence he keyed into YAVNETWORK by sponsoring the ten youths leaders from his community.
The ten youth leaders drawn from all the clans in Illah community are; Okeleke Bright, Okolie Bright Azuka, Ifeobikwu A. Ifeanyi, Uduh Chekwube, Agetue Emeke, Agwazim Samson, Okonta Anthony, Nmaduagwu Uche, Okwuagwu Ifechukwude, Okolo Azubuike.
“Next year I will sponsor twenty more people to the bootcamp, he said.
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