Thursday 16 November 2023


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School to Work Africa, a non-profit organisation with the collaboration of Osun State Ministry Of Youth Affairs and Ijesa Youth Forum is to coach and train 1000 unemployed graduates and school leavers across the 6 local government areas of Ijesaland in a mass youth re-Orientation program targeted at 100,000 youths in Osun State.

Prince Abiodun Lufadeju, the project Initiator and President, School to Work Africa in a chat with KAKAKIOODUA correspondent remarked that the labour market opportunities are drying up for young people, both in terms of jobs and apprenticeships and the situation is worsening day in day out thus having scarring effects for young people.

The first edition of the project that will feature the Osun State commissioner for youth affairs, Hon. Olagunju Olalekan Moshood as special guest of honor, modelled to incorporate psychological reprocessing, cognitive re-alignment, self reinvention and new employment orientation of the youth comes up this Saturday at Ilesa Grammar School by 10am as the free registration of participants will start by 9am prompt.

The program Is designed to go across the major zones of Osun state after Its debut in Ijesaland.   

KAKAKIOODUA will be bringing more details from the venue of the first edition.


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