#SW Abia: Internet world provides limitless opportunities- women Affairs commissioner

By Admin on 26/11/2016

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The commissioner for Women Affairs and social development, Abia state, Mrs Chinedu Brown says the internet world provides limitless opportunities to bridge existing learning gas which were hitherto a problem to self development.


Brown who was a guest at the Start-up weekend Abia, added that it is encouraging to see young people trying out new ideas in the face of a changing world economic situation.


She further noted that young people are gradually beginning to quit talking unemployment because of the zeal to trying new options.


“It is heart-warming to know that even when some ideas don’t fly on take off, most of these young people are not deterred from trying new options and ideas. Young people are gradually beginning to quit talking about unemployment,” she said.


Brown also said, with events such as Start-up weekend, Abia is on its way to developing and producing a home grown “realizable, realistic and progressive poverty reduction strategy plan.”


She concluded with a congratulatory message to promoters of Start-up weekend Abia for a well thought-out program.


“I congratulate the promoters of this start-up program. In what you are doing, you are setting up for yourselves as mentors and role models for your peers, presenting exciting opportunities for those who have eyes to see and at the same time insuring a good future for yourselves.”




Posted on November, 26 2016

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