ABUJA – The Minister of Labour and Productivity, Chief Emeka Wogu, on Tuesday said the empowerment of Nigerians in an equitable manner remained a top priority of the Federal Government.
This is contained a statement issued in Abuja by the Deputy Director, Press, to the minister, Mr Samuel Olowookere.
“The development and empowerment of our people, in an equitable way, will continue to be of top priority to this government.
“Be it in the improvement of technical training infrastructure, enhancement of skills acquisition, provision of critical infrastructure or health care facilities, among others.
Wogu said the completion of the project would help in expanding facilities available to train workers in the power sector.
The minister said the centre would also help to meet the requirement for a reliable, sustainable and improved capacity building for the power sector.
Wogu said despite security challenges in parts of the country, government was focused on building a peaceful and united nation.
The training institute was built by the Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) project of the SURE-P. (NAN)[eap_ad_3]