Dome-Kwabenya Yuroba Chief’s 1 year anniversary, Widows and Youth Empowerment Projects to be launched Saturday December 18, 2021
One year anniversary of Dome-Kwabenya Yuroba Chief (The Alaaye of Dome-Kwabenya) Mayowa Olaide Jose, under the leadership of Nii Ofoli Mankralo II is scheduled to be launched on Saturday December 18, 2021 to usher-in social interventions and other developmental projects for both Nigerian and Ghanaian youth, residents, all and sundry in the area.
Apart from the anniversary, the Dome-Kwabenya Yoruba Community Youth Empowerment Project and Dome-Kwabenya Yoruba Community Widows Project will also be launched at Hills Haven Hotel, Ofankor Hills Estate at exactly 2PM,expected to be the opening of a paradigm shift of the developmental agenda led by Mayowa Olaide Jose, the Alaaye of Dome-Kwabenya.
Nii Ofoli Mankralo of Dome-Kwabenya (right) and Dome-Kwabenya Yuroba Chief (The Alaaye of Dome-Kwabenya) Mayowa Olaide Jose (left) clad in African apparel.
Speaking to African Editors ahead of the launch of Dome-Kwabenya Yuroba Chief’s 1 year anniversary, Widows and Youth Empowerment Orojects in Accra-Ghana on Thursday 9 December 2021, the Dome-Kwabenya Yuroba Chief (The Alaaye of Dome-Kwabenya) Mayowa Olaide Jose said “The project is all about empowering youth because we intend to support and we’ve discovered that there are a lot of youth who are talented, hardworking, very serious and decided on what we can do to help them to become prominent people in the society, leading to the crafting of projects we are about to launch”.
Dome-Kwabenya Yuroba Chief (The Alaaye of Dome-Kwabenya) Mayowa Olaide Jose noted that “People who will be interested in the acquisition of tailoring skills, We’ll put them into tailoring training, people who will be good at mechanic, we will help them to learn it, put them into training, those who are interested in bore hole drilling, we’ve got companies coming on board, people who want to go back to school to upgrade their academic qualifications, we’ve gotten the schools that can offer them Diploma upon completion of basic courses, such ICT, website development, programming, graphic design and others “.
Mayowa Olaide Jose noted that aside these, the projects will also take into consideration ladies who wish to undergo headdressing, nail-fixing, make-up profession, we’ve gotten a comoany that will assist in training them, and every year they will be training at least 66 youth for us in this regard”.
Oba Alhaji Hamza peregrino- Brimah VIII, Yuroba Paramount King in Ghana.
Under the project, youth who are interested in catering services, baking of cakes, decorations will also benefit by helping them to undergo training in those areas. In view of these, two companies are already engaged by the project implementation Committee to champion the agenda.
Naa Korkor Dugbatey II, Dome-Kwabenya Queen Mother.
For Mayowa Olaide Jose, companies in water treatment, bore hole drilling, bottle water production, ICT companies are scheduled to come on board to train the youth of Dome-Kwabenya.
It is important to anchor the point that the full implementation of the project is expected commence 2nd January 2022. Beneficiaries will be selected based on skills they intend to acquire in consonance with their occupation and professionals they intend to become in the near future.
Installed last year as the Dome-Kwabenya Yuroba Chief (The Alaaye of Dome-Kwabenya), Mayowa Olaide Jose told African Editors that the development of the area, the Ghaianan and Nigerian Youth is very paramount on his agenda whilst tackling head-on a backlog of issues on the table.”We as Nigerians are indebted to the Ghaianan people. Therefore, both the Dome-Kwabenya Yoruba Community Youth empowerment project and Dome-Kwabenya Yoruba Community Widows project are meant to benefit both Ghanaians and Nigerian brothers and sisters. For me, building a nation can’t be for one tribe alone, we have to look for those who are in need and not only my country people alone. Ghanaians will feature prominently as beneficiaries of the the projects. That’s is the vision”.
The Alaaye of Dome-Kwabenya, Mayowa Olaide Jose called on philanthropists, Civil Society Organisations, Corporate Ghana and Corporate Nigerian to reach out in support of the expansion and successful implementation of poverty alleviation programmes similar to Dome-Kwabenya Yoruba Community Youth empowerment project and Dome-Kwabenya Yoruba Community Widows project whilst contributing to the less-priviledged or needy in their respective communities.
For Mayowa Olaide Jose, unemployment has become security threats to the West African sub-region and the only way to overcome it is to ensure that the youth are empowered through acquisition of skills needed for the job markets.
“If the youth are empowered and they are working and earning incomes, they won’t engaged in criminal activities because they would have been legitimately engaged in the various sectors of the economy”, Mayowa Olaide Jose told African Editors.
Alhaji Ahmed Nii Nortey Caesar, Founder of Gadagme Muslim Council clad in green African apparel.
The Kingmaker, Nii Ofoli Mankralo Dome-Kwabenya, Queen Mother of Dome-Kwabenya Naa Korkor Dugbatey II, Yuroba Paramout King in Ghana Oba Alhaji Hamza peregrino- Brimah VIII, Founder of Gadagme Muslim Council Alhaji Ahmed Nii Nortey Caesar and other dignitaries are expected to grace the launch in grand style.
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