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The Honourable Commissioner for Budget and Economic Planning, Mr. Gogo Levi Charles has reiterated the State Government commitment to employ Youths so as to get them off the streets. Hon. Charles made this known when a Target Expert of World Bank, Mr John Paul Ngebeh paid him a courtesy visit in his office in respect of the commencement of the State Employment and Expenditure for Results (SEEFOR) Project.

The Commissioner emphasized that the State Government led by Rt. Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi would support any project that will create employment opportunities for the youth so as to keep them away from crime. He assured the Target Expert that the State would be willing to expedite action on whatever was left for the successful take of the Project in the State.

In his speech, Mr. Ngebeh said he was in the State to conduct a two-day training programme for the State Project Coordinating Unit (SPCU) of SEEFOR, which is a pre-requisite for the commencement of the training . He informed the Commissioner that the additional Financing for the Project from the European Union will be available in July or August this year.

Mr. Ngebeh appealed to the Commissioner to facilitate the signing of the subsidiary Agreement which is one of the conditions for the Project implementation in the State. It would be recalled that Mr. Ngebeh visited the State early last month to assess the level of preparedness of the SPCU to achieve the objective of the Project and promised to organize a training programme for them.

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