Boss Mustapha, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, had made known his intentions to found a Youth Development Center in the State.
- plans had been made to build one of the State’s top youth development centres
- SGF said talents are more valuable than certificates
- No one has achieved success in life by drug use or hooliganism says SGF
- embrace the admirable efforts and projects of the federal government
While on an inspection and monitoring visit of Federal Government projects inside the State, he addressed the youths of Kubtava village in the Hong Local Government Area of the State who had gathered in hundreds to welcome him and his entourage.
The SGF informed the thronging youths that plans had been made to build one of the State’s top youth development centres.
In his remarks, he
[quotation name=’SGF’]”told the Youths that the Center when fully onboarded will have the capacity to train and graduate between 300 to 400 Youths of the State within the period of three to four months with robust capacity building towards harnessing the chunk of Youths potentials.[/quotation]
He continued, saying that nowadays, talents are more valuable than certificates, which is why he supports the development of such centres and urged the community to support the administration, which will continue to do its best to benefit its residents.
Using the phrase “to shun drug abuse and other forms of social vices, describing such lifestyle as unhealthy and condemnable,” he urged the marmot youth.
No one has achieved success in life by drug use or hooliganism, according to the SGF, hence, there is a need to avoid going there.
He exhorted the young people to fully embrace the admirable efforts and projects of the federal government, both those that have already been completed and those that are still in progress.
The SGF, along with former State Works and Housing Minister Engr. Mu’azu Jaji Sambo, now Minister of Transportation, Prof. Tahir Mamman SAN, OON, the former Director General of Nigeria Law School, Hon. Yusuf Captain Buba, Member of the Federal Constituency for Hong/Gombi, and seasoned technocrat Mr Daniel Richard, a medical expert with decades of experience, made a three-day official working visit to the State.
Along with employees from the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing, Nimrod Musa, a highway construction consultant and the Controller of FERMA Adamawa State, visited the state’s government and residents to express their condolences over the deaths of Mr Sanusi Barkindo, the OPEC Secretary General, and the EYN Church leadership over the horrifying murder of Rev. Daniel Umaru’s two sons.
Additionally, to check on the Yola-Mubi road that the Federal Executive Council previously approved for the Project’s Revised Estimated Cost and determine its current state in real-time.
In order to acquire the greatest construction work, the SGF made certain observations and gave the contractor two weeks to return to the site.