Edith Newman Amadi, the Abi Local Government Council boss has expressed excitement over the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Canadian University Services Overseas, CUSO, International to train and empower Abi youths and women.
Signing the MoU recently in Calabar on behalf of Abi Local Government Area, the Council boss observed that the CUSO initiative was coming at a time the council was in dire need of funds to execute its developmental programmes and projects. Amadi, who was visibly happy over the emergence of Abi Local Government Area after a very competitive selection process, thanked CUSO for extending its services to the area.
The CUSO assistance, specifically channeled towards alleviating poverty among young men and women in the area, would also help to improve economic conditions in the rural areas, after preliminary capacity building and skill acquisition training for benefiting young men and women from Abi LGA.
Abi, alongside Bakassi, Biase, Etung, Ikom and Yala LGAs, were the six successful LGAs in the state that signed the Memorandum of Understanding with CUSO International which was represented at the signing ceremony by its Regional Director West and Central Africa, Danny Pelletier.
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