Group volunteer to train 2000 Ekiti students

National Union of Textile Garment and Tailoring Workers in Nigeria (NUTGTWN) kampala  Sector has expressed its readiness to collaborate with Ekiti State Council for Arts and Culture  to train 2,000 Ekiti students and voluntary youths  in the art of  fashion designing , indigenious cloth making ,arts  and crafts.  


Comrade Ibrahim Lawal, The National Chairman of the  association disclosed  this during a visit to the Director General, Ekiti State Council for Arts and Culture Ambassador Wale Ojo Lanre in his office


He said that the association was keenly  interested in  partnering  and supporting  the Council   because of the cultural  vision and  mission being floated  and demonstrated by Governor  Kayode Fayemi  in  the promotion of arts and culture and at restoring the core value of the people of Ekiti state to its pristine identity.


“Apart from training of students in textile design of indigenious  fabrics and other craft works, we would also teach them how to sell their products because there is an already-made market for sourverniers, crafts and other products.”


The Director-General, Ekiti State Council for Arts and Culture, Mr Wale Ojo-Lanre who  commended the delegation for coming all the way from Lagos  to offer support and empowerment initiative  to the Council and the people of the state  remarked that the Council would do everything humanly possible at ensuring that the proposed training of Ekiti students and youths become a reality.

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“it is my pleasure to express our gratitude at the Council to NUTGTWN for its altrustic commitment and nationalistic endeavour at empowering the youths of this nation”.


He disclosed further ” this offer to train our youths and students is coming at the right  time because the Ekiti State Council for Arts and Culture is on the stage of establishing a  art and craft village which will be serviced by the products of such training”.


He added that both the trainees and the Arts and crafts Village would stimulate economic development and reduce unemployment in the state.


Ojo-Lanre said the Council was ready to engage and enter into purposeful and landmark partnership with corporate bodies , organisations and individuals who are willing to add value to the arts and cultural vision of Governor Fayemi.


He said that “Governor Kayode Fayemi is a lover of arts and culture, and part of the reasons he set up the Council is to promote and encourage activities that will shore up indigenious industry for economic benefits and empowerment,”

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