Reverend Father Atta Barkindo, attributes deprivation, poverty and limited private sector participation in lifting youth for creativity as responsible for violence in Nigeria.
Written by News Room on January 17, 2022
The Executive Director, Kukah Centre, Reverend Father Atta Barkindo, has attributed deprivation, poverty and limited private sector participation in lifting the youth for creativity as responsible for violence in Nigeria.
Barkindo, who is also the Head of Secretariat of the National Peace Committee, stated this at an investiture to honour the contribution of the Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Most Reverend Mathew Hassan Kukah by a Kaduna-based technology company, Greysoft Technologies.
Reverend Father Barkindo talked about supporting the youths with digital skills to enable them to be self-reliant.
He also noted that the Government alone cannot employ everybody.
The Executive Director of the Kukah Centre outlined areas of support in the partnership as engagement of communities and key Stakeholders by giving needs assessment opportunities.
According to him, other areas are; to identify the type of skills in a digital world that can help Grey Hobb Computers carry out the training.