By Ibraheem Olasunkami Qosee.
A Kwara-based Non-profit organization with the name Mo Brimoh Foundation has on Wednesday and Thursday trained youths on capacity building and personal development hosted at Fate area in Ilorin Kwara State.
The capacity building training which was tagged as “Build and Develop 3.0” is a two days intensed training where the participants were trained on Curriculum Vitae Writing, Search Engine Optimisation, Proposal and Business Writing and Journalism.
According to the Chief Organizer, Mr Muhamud Abdullahi, he said that the development was not new as the just concluded one happened to be the third edition of the training. He said that the reason behind organising the programme is that they noticed that these days, there is dearth in youth’s productivity and they thought one of the ways to give back to the society is by continuously building the capacity of youths.
He added, “apart from the fact that the participants were carefully selected based on their genuine interest through google form, we also ensured that experts were invited to train them. Some of the speakers are Mr Ali Fagba (CEO expert), Olatunji Olaigbe (Al-Jazeera), Mr Nickolas Uwerununyo (Daily Independent), Mr Olufemi Akobi (AIT) and Prince Akinwale (Content Creator)”.
He further charged the participants to not keep the values to themselves, that they hope to see the results of the values manifesting in their businesses and personal lives.
In an interview with some of the participants, Miss Adeola Jane: ” I give credit to the organiser of this programme. The performance was really okay, it was quality and promising. I really learnt a whole lot of things that would help my career” she said.
Also lending his voice, Mr Basheer Luqman Olarewaju to the credibility of the programme, in his remark: ” the program was excellently great, it really met my expectations and the speakers were not just dishing out content, they were more of practical. They exposed us to things we could not have imagined knowing. I give kudos to the founder of the foundation” he added.
Miss Mahmud Rukayat Omonike remarked:” the programme was vea ry educative and eye-opening one. I appreciate the foundation for the opportunity”.
Mr Muhammad Habeebullahi also couldn’t keep the feeling, in his remark: ” I can not appreciate the foundation enough for the opportunity. I implore you to keep doing this, as this will positively influence the lives of people as it is doing me now”.
Also remarked the Representative of Prudent Watch, Miss Mahmud Rodiat: ” I love the fact that all the speakers are mentally stimulating including knowing their onions. I believe the knowledge, information and inspiration gathered from the training will help my media career. I owe the organisers of high esteem” she enthused.