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 The Committee of Youths on Mobilisation and Sensitisation CYMS has reaffirmed its committment to collaborate with the Nigerian Export Promotion Council NEPC to promote zero oil export and encourage entrepreneurship in the country The Director General CYMS Mr Obinna Nwaka said this when he led members of his team on a courtesy visit to the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer NEPC in Abuja The News Agency of Nigeria reports that some members of team include Tonto Dikeh CYMS s Director Socials and Empowerment and Malam Shamsudeen Haruna Director Planning amp Strategy among others Nwaka said that the aim of the visit is to seek more partnership with the council to identify and mobilise young entrepreneurs as well as create awareness on the need to divert their attention from oil export He said that it was important to project to the world the creativities and productivities of the Nigerian youth to secure patronage for their Made in Nigeria products and services He added that the idea was to encourage the economic diversification activities from over dependence on oil into manufacturing production and exportation of non oil products to accelerate economic growth According to him promoting of such will reduce unemployment and restiveness among the youth We are here to inform you about our forthcoming national conference trade show coming up in July in Houston US and the need for partnership with the council We want the council to be part of our programmes to encourage the Nigerian youths on the importance of Zero oil export The awareness of zero oil export is very important especially in the South South and South Eastern part of the country where most of their indigenes involve in illegal oil activities which recently led to the fire hazards that burnt more than 200 persons in Imo We will like to be part of the creation of policies implementation of policies so that youths can be part of your activities he said On his part Dr Ezra Yakusak Executive Director NEPC appreciated the group for the visit and assured him of the council s readiness to partner with the group Yakusak represented by Ms Estelle Igwe Director National Export Office NEPC charged the the group to help to sensitise Nigerian youths and entrepreneurs on the activities of the council NAN
Youth organisation reaffirms partnership with NEPC

Committee of Youths

The Committee of Youths on Mobilisation and Sensitisation (CYMS) has reaffirmed its committment to collaborate with the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) to promote zero-oil export and encourage entrepreneurship in the country.

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Obinna Nwaka

The Director-General, CYMS, Mr Obinna Nwaka, said this when he led members of his team on a courtesy visit to the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, NEPC in Abuja.

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Tonto Dikeh

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that some members of team include Tonto Dikeh, CYMS’s Director Socials and Empowerment and Malam Shamsudeen Haruna, Director, Planning & Strategy, among others.

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Nwaka said that the aim of the visit is to seek more partnership with the council to identify and mobilise young entrepreneurs as well as create awareness on the need to divert their attention from oil export.

He said that it was important to project to the world the creativities and productivities of the Nigerian youth to secure patronage for their Made-in-Nigeria products and services.

He added that the idea was to encourage the economic diversification activities from over-dependence on oil into manufacturing, production and exportation of non-oil products to accelerate economic growth.

According to him, promoting of such will reduce unemployment and restiveness among the youth.

July in Houston

“We are here to inform you about our forthcoming national conference, trade-show coming up in July in Houston, US. and the need for partnership with the council.

“We want the council to be part of our programmes to encourage the Nigerian youths on the importance of Zero-oil export.

South-South and South-Eastern

“The awareness of zero-oil export is very important especially in the South-South and South-Eastern part of the country where most of their indigenes involve in illegal oil activities which recently led to the fire hazards that burnt more than 200 persons in Imo.

“We will like to be part of the creation of policies, implementation of policies, so that youths can be part of your activities”, he said.

Ezra Yakusak

On his part, Dr Ezra Yakusak, Executive Director, NEPC, appreciated the group for the visit and assured him of the council’s readiness to partner with the group.

Estelle Igwe

Yakusak, represented by Ms Estelle Igwe, Director, National Export Office, NEPC, charged the the group to help to sensitise Nigerian youths and entrepreneurs on the activities of the council.

(NAN)

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