Senator Ned Nwoko Pledges Continuous Support for Nigerian Youths at Stability, Sustenance Business Summit

Fadekemi Ajakaiye 

Senator Ned Nwoko representing Delta North Senatorial district has pledged continuous support to Nigerian youths at the recently concluded first ever Stability and Sustenance Business Summit in Abuja.

The Senator cum businessman who was represented by his special adviser media, Ifetayo Adeniyi reiterated the continuous support of the Senator to the cause of the Nigerian youth who account for over 65 percent of the country’s population. 

According to Ifetayo, speaking on behalf of Senator Ned, “Senator Ned Nwoko has actively advocated for the Nigerian youths in many capacities. Recently, he proposed the Nigerian Youths Entrepreneurs Grant Scheme alongside the groundbreaking first Sports University including the many works of the Prince Ned Nwoko. It is important that the youths continue to be resilient and focused on their resolve for a better Nigeria through hard work.” 

He continued that, “I have known Senator Ned for more than a decade and I can boldly tell you that he surrounds himself not only with enterprising youths but have many programmes set out for the teeming youths to thrive and excel in all their endeavour.”

At the event which held at the Abuja International Conference Centre, the media adviser promptly supported three budding youth entrepreneurs with cash prizes including a waste recycler, music competition winner and a confectioner.  

On his part, Melody Fidel, entrepreneur-missionary and founder of the Stability and Sustenance Business Summit appreciated Senator Ned Nwoko for his continuous support and partnership towards equipping Nigerian youths with relevant skills and knowledge of business entrepreneurship, growth and expansion.

“We are very appreciative of the fatherly love and support extended to Nigerian youths in general and the Stability and Sustenance project in particular by the respected Senator Ned Nwoko as we continue to count on his support to further ensure our youths are established to contribute their quota to the development of Nigeria,” Melody stated.

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