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Firm trains 100 policemen on skills acquisition to discourage corruption

BY ROTIMI AGBANA

Nigerian network marketing firm, Helping Hands International Concept,  has conducted vocational training for 100 policemen to enable them acquire skills that will compliment their income and in turn discourage corruption such as bribery, extortion and other vices.

The programme, according to Ambassador Obitex, a Director in the firm, was to promote dexterity amongst Nigeria Police men and women and equally improve the living conditions of the general populace.
“As we celebrate awardees, our milestone projection is to alleviate the poverty level of the Nigeria people through our schemes for a better future, healthier society and fruitful living for all and sundry; including the training of more than 100 Nigeria Policemen and women in a seven days skill acquisition programme.”
Skills acquired included, soap making, paint production, leather application (shoes & bags) and disinfectants manufacturing.

•Policemen at the training
It was with admiration that, the fence of the police station was painted with the paints produced from the exercise, an event marking a memorable end to the programme.

Ambassador Obitex said that the network marketing firm, will also extend such to other states in the nearest future. He assured of commitment to nation building, by giving their own quota, through empowerment and other initiatives for wealth creation amongst the populace.

The network marketing firm has empowered through her many schemes, members of the Nigeria populace, giving hope to the seemingly hopeless and encouraging skill acquisition to the youths.

On February 23 this year at Festac Town Lagos, marketers will be rewarded with different awards like deep freezer, laptops, phones, television, generators and cars.

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