Member representing Ovia Federal Constituency, Hon. Dennis Idahosa is to set up artisan center and Town hall in Iguobazuwa, the administrative headquarters of Ovia South West Local Government.
The skill acquisition centre is meant to train young people on various skills in order for them to be employer of labour and also contribute their quota to nation building.
Idahosa disclosed this while supervising the grading of the site where the town hall is to be located in Iguobazuwa.
The Chairman, House Committee on Legislative Compliance, commended the people for their support, cooperation and patience.
While noting that all ongoing constituency projects will be completed in record time, he promised to extends projects to other parts of the constituency.
“When the Skill Acquisition center is completed, indigenous capacity will be strengthened to enhance the career potentials and competences of our youths to enable them have the capacity to deploy their skill”
“It is my desire that, in the nearest future, we are able to export to other countries, skilled labour from Ovia.
“The center is needed in our search to build a knowledge based and innovation driven economy that will be competitive and sustainable,” he added.
Idahosa who has over 23 ongoing projects spread across the constituency, urged the beneficiaries to give maximum support to the contractors and also protect the facilities when completed.
Comrade Micheal Arigbe, who spoke on behalf of the youths in Iguobazuwa, commended the lawmaker for the purpose driven projects and for always keeping in touch with the people.
He concluded by appreciating God for having such a proactive, purposeful and youthful lawmaker like Idahosa.