According to him, destroying state infrastructure will have a lasting negative effect on them, their region, the country and even the generations yet unborn.
He noted that government had by the programme given them an opportunity to harness their God-given potentials and urged them to pass the skills they have acquired to others too.
He said: “The fact that you did so well was a tremendous opportunity for other people.
“We all have the responsibility to ensure that the future of the country is one that is secure. That cannot happen under the atmosphere of conflict.
“There is no point blowing up pipelines. If they are blown, who are the losers at the end of the day, all of us. Even the upcoming ones.
“This is more of a programmes for giving the young people an opportunity to succeed. That’s the reason why we are doing the various vocational trainings all over the country.
“The future is here and your time has come. Just looking at you guys, I just know that the future is bright. I see you becoming the great people that God has made.
“Someone somewhere has to give a helping hand, an opportunity. This is one way we must remind ourselves that as human beings, we must provide opportunity for one another. Your story is a story of success.”