Forty-five unemployed graduates in Katsina State have commenced a six-month Graduate Attachment Program (GAP) of the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) aimed at preparing them for permanent employment at their various places of attachment.
Speaking at the flag-off of the training in Katsina, the Acting Director General, NDE, Kunle Obayan said the scheme had helped many organisations by providing support to them.
He said the attaches were being exposed to skills found essential for effective participation in their workplace which “will adequately equip them to face the competition of seeking employment in already saturated labour market.”
Obayan who was represented by the state coordinator, Engr Yakubu Mani, said the training was designed to provide skills for the beneficiaries.
(Culled from DailyTrust)