Ketu North NPP parliamentary candidate to support youth acquire artisanal skills

According to Amegbletor, registration for the training is underway in the constituency after which training commences

The NPP parliamentary candidate Enoch Amegbletor, has pledged support to the youth in Ketu North of the Volta Region with a programme in artisanal skills acquisition.

Amegbletor has promised to assist the youth in the Volta Region’s Ketu North with their programme to acquire artisanal skills.

According to Amegbletor, registration for the training is underway after which training commences.

He was speaking recently in Dzodze during his Easter tour of all 38 electoral areas in the constituency.

Amegbletor said he is “committed to supporting constituents in gaining competence in various trades” adding that the “importance of the skill acquisition is for both personal and national development.”

He added that the training is open to all constituents regardless of political background, gender or educational qualifications.

“Interested individuals are encouraged to submit their names through the NPP electoral area coordinators. It’s important to note that this opportunity is open to all constituents, regardless of their political affiliations” he added.

Areas of interest are carpentry, autoworks, electrical works, glazing, welding and fabrication, and plumbing, all of which will be provided free of charge.

He urged his constituents especially young unemployed people to embrace the training and acquire skills.

Reporting by Albert Kuzor in the Volta Region

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