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NEW YEAR: Ex-Finance Commissioner Fetes Oyo Youths, Launches TechHub

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For the teeming youths of Oyo State, it was a good way to start the year 2020.

Bimbo Adekanmbi, who is the immediate past commissioner for finance, hosted youths from all divides.

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The youths, who attended the event which took place at Calton Gate Hotel, Idi-Ape, Ibadan, were drawn from various parties and interest groups, academic etc.

Forty-six year Adekanmbi who recently began the process of purchasing 200 JAMB forms and scholarship for brilliant, indigent students, used the occasion to discuss his plans for youth empowerment to harness their untapped potentials.

This is just as the chartered accountants revealed plans to share the burden of government modern empowerments.

According to him, “It is high time politicians, philanthropists added up technology education and career talks as part of empowerment given to youths.”

“Imagine a situation where we having a e-platform, where we can engage thousands of our youths on technology and career talks. This will impact positively on students and educated unemployed youth.

“The world is now a global village, the situation has gone beyond focusing on buying clippers, buying Okada for youths as an empowerment, a word can change the life of a youth for good. We need to add up innovations too.

”Efforts is ongoing, we will soon come up with a programme which will serve as a transformative and empowering force capable of showing ways of empowering our youths in the state and the rest of the nation, for improving youth welfare and revitalizing communities, he added.

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