In an effort to equip its members with ICT knowledge, the Newspapers Vendors Association, Abuja chapter, has requested for government and cooperate bodies’ intervention to enable it in completion of its project, which is an ICT Training Centre.
In a statement jointly signed by its Chairman and Secretary, Mr. Samuel Jimoh and Mr. Ubangha Ubangha respectively and made available to Nigerian Pilot Saturday in Abuja, the ICT training centre project is meant to empower the individuals in modern technology and other related skill acquisitions.
“In recent years, Newspaper Vendors Association has been witnessing a new phase of real development, in 2013 when vendors organised a special annual conference in partnership with NUJ requested for government and cooperate bodies intervention in vendors’ affairs, a lot has happened for the good interest of the union.
“The most recent and work at hand embark by the association is the ICT Training Centre for members to provide them with modern opportunity in technology and other computer related skills acquisition scheme. The project is meant to empower the individual members of the association the more in addition to their newspaper trade.
“There are so much to gain from this development initiative upon completion if we can get a right kind of support from individual persons, corporate organisations, and government agencies.
“With good support, or even partnership we would be able to deliver a high standard with modern facility to enhance learning and further development,” it concludes.

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