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German agency decries unemployment, to invest N9b in Nigeria

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The German Society for International Cooperation also known as Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) yesterday decried the unemployment rate in Nigeria.

The agency said it would invest over £19.2 million (N9.03 billion) through its Skills Development for Youth Employment (SKYE) programme to support the promotion of need-based technical vocational education as well as training and youth development in the country.

SKYE Head of Programme, Hans-Ludwig Bruns, who made the disclosure yesterday in Abuja at a stakeholders’ engagement workshop, added that the organisation was targeting 35,000 people for vocational and technical training in six states.


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