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CNC Skills Training In Tandem With My Entrepreneurship Initiative, Reason I Sponsored 20 Participants – Dr. Minta Nyarku

The Cape Coast North Member of Parliament, Hon. Dr. Kwamena Minta Nyarku has lauded the Centre For National Culture for providing skills training to the inhabitants of Cape Coast.

He said this on the sidelines of the 7th edition of the C. Carl Oparebea Marketable Training Program organized by the Centre For National Culture, on Friday, August 18, 2023 which saw the graduation of 113 individuals.

According to the Member of Parliament for Cape Coast North Constituency, the initiative by the CNC was very commendable and he personally footed the expenses of twenty (20) individuals from his constituency to partake in the marketable skills training program.

This, he said was in line with his vision of reducing poverty and improving livelihood through entrepreneurship, empowerment and sustainable development which is one of his pillars in improving livelihoods in his constituency.

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“When my attention was drawn to it and I realized it fits into my vision, I asked one Mr. Pobi to go round the constituency to look for willing people who are ready to lean a trade to come and be part of it. I think it’s good and the reason I sponsored 20 people from my constituency to acquire skills training to improve their lot and I pledge to do more going forward”, Ragga as he is popularly called emphasized.

Nana Otuo Owoahene Acheampong, Executive Director for the National Commission on Culture Speaking at the programme urged graduands to put their acquired skills training into practice to be good ambassadors of the program to encourage other people to partake in the programme’s subsequent editions.

Some of the graduands equally expressed their gratitude to CNC for such an initiative to help them acquire skills to be independent and not continue to become liability and burden to their families through its marketable skill training. They expressed optimism that people would patronize their services when they begin to deploy the skills acquired from CNC.

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