Friday, November 29, 2019

IOM/Orhionmwon Partnership, Over 20 Libya Returnees Receives Working Tools

The Chairman of Orhionmwon local government council, Hon. Syvester Okoro has once again reinstated his administration's commitment in taking youths away from the street by engaging them in a meaning ventures.

Hon. Okoro made the statement at the Council Secretariat Abudu, while handing over some working tools to Orhionmwon Libya Returnees who was recently engaged by International Organization for Migrants (IOM) in partnership with the local government.

Those engaged are to be deplored to various communities in the local government area to assist in environmental sanitation in markets, health centers, road maintenance, traffic management particularly in schools and other areas their services might be needed.

Orhionmwon council Boss charged beneficiaries to take the jobs seriously and warn against

absconding from duty posts, tagging the exercise 'No Work, No Work'.

The beneficiaries thanked the Chairman and IOM for being a partner in progress, they assured of keeping to the rules of engagement as they can't afford to play with such rare opportunity.

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