Obaseki to revamp Irrua Technical College, assures of more job creation initiatives in Edo Central

Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has assured Edo residents of his administration’s plans to refurbish the Government Science and Technical College, Irrua, as part of ongoing effort to reposition Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the state to boost skilled workforce.

The governor gave the assurance at the official flag-off of remediation work on Ewu and Ibore gully erosion sites in Esan Central Local Government Area of the state.

He said the next plan for the council is economic empowerment for youths through technical education and revitalisation of Ewu Flour Mill which will provide jobs.

“The technical school at Irrua will be rehabilitated so that our youths can acquire skills that would enable them sustain themselves.”

Recall that while on an inspection tour of ongoing rehabilitation work at the Government Science  and Technical College (GSTC), formerly known as the Benin Technical College, in Benin City, Obaseki said that the state government was working with the World Bank and Federal Ministry of Education to access a facility that would be used to promote technical education in the state.

He added that the facility which is expected to be available by June this year, would be used to replicate the structures being constructed at the GSTC in Edo Central and Edo North senatorial districts.

Obaseki to revamp Irrua Technical College
R-L: Enogie of Ewu, His Royal Highness, Barr. Razaq Ojiefo; Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki; Chairman, Esan Central Local Government Area, Hon. Edokpa Waziri; Chairman, Edo State Chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC), Barr. Anselm Ojezua; Commissioner for Environment and Sustainability, Dame Omoua Oni-Okpaku, during the official flag-off of remediation work by the governor, at Ewu erosion site, in Ewu, Esan Central LGA of the state.

 

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