In a groundbreaking development aimed at empowering the youth of Ekiti State, Mrs. Olawumi Famuyiwa, the Director-General of the Bureau of Civic Orientation and Citizenship (BCOC) Ekiti State, paid an advocacy visit to Mr. Gold Adedayo, the Ekiti State Commissioner for Youth Development. During their meeting, an exciting announcement was made regarding the establishment of a state-of-the-art resource center for youth empowerment.

The resource center, made possible through a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Youth Development and generous philanthropists, is set to serve as a hub for young individuals in Ekiti State, both in and out of school. The center aims to provide a nurturing and empowering environment where youth can access various resources, training programs, and mentorship opportunities that foster their personal and professional development.

Mr. Gold Adedayo, the Ekiti State Commissioner for Youth Development, expressed his excitement about the new resource center. He emphasized that it would serve as a catalyst for the holistic development of the youth in the state.

“With the generous support from philanthropists and in collaboration with the BCOC, we have successfully established a state-of-the-art resource center that will be a game-changer for our youth,” Mr. Adedayo stated. “This center will provide a wide range of resources and opportunities for both in-school and out-of-school youth, enabling them to develop essential skills and pursue their dreams.”

The resource center will offer a host of amenities and services, including a well-equipped library, computer labs, vocational training facilities, and multimedia resources. Additionally, it will provide access to mentorship programs, entrepreneurship training, and career counseling to guide young individuals on their path to success.

Mrs. Olawumi Famuyiwa, the Director-General of the BCOC, expressed her admiration for the collaborative efforts that made the resource center a reality. She highlighted the importance of such initiatives in empowering the youth and building a more prosperous society.

“The establishment of this resource center exemplifies the commitment of the Ekiti State government and the BCOC to nurture and empower our youth,” Mrs. Famuyiwa stated. “Through this center, we aim to provide a supportive and conducive environment for young individuals to develop their skills, explore their passions, and unlock their full potential.”

The announcement of the resource center was met with great enthusiasm from youth across the state. Many expressed their eagerness to utilize the center’s facilities and take advantage of the opportunities it offers.

The collaborative efforts between the Ministry of Youth Development, the BCOC, and philanthropists signify the government’s unwavering commitment to empowering the youth of Ekiti State. By providing them with the necessary resources, mentorship, and training, the resource center aims to equip young individuals with the skills and confidence needed to become self-reliant and contribute meaningfully to society.

The resource center is set to open its doors in the coming weeks, heralding a new era of youth empowerment in Ekiti State. The government and its partners are optimistic that this initiative will have a lasting impact on the lives of the youth, fostering a generation of capable and resilient individuals who will shape the future of the state.

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