As part of efforts to support the Government’s commitment in the fight against poverty alleviation programs and illegal migration of youths in the country
A civil society organization “Onpassive” is set to partner stakeholders to empower Nigerian youths through various technogical entrepreneurial and skills acquisition in the country.
At the unveiling of the programs to mark the independence day, one of the union founders in the FCT, chapter Mr Paul Udeh Agbo said the essence of awareness program is to create jobs for millions of Nigerian youths through modern information technology and other vocational skill especially in the grassroots
“Most development across the world is technological driven,youth explore technology to improve themselves, this is the real technology product that is coming onboard embedded with various digital services that anywhere you are you can do whatever service you want conveniently and comfortably,in terms of education-e learning platform, Resource management aimed at cutting cost among MDAs”
On her part, another founder and member of the National Planning Committee, Mrs Mary Ali added that the organization is aimed at building Nigerian youths on artificial intelligence and other developmental programs especially in the rural communities
“Onpassive is a unique online business solution platform with so many benefits for Nigerians,it is information technology built with artificial intelligence,for sure Nigerians will really benefits a lot from it,we have many products and services,is either you come for the money,or the communication or the connection”
The respondents said over 2,000 union founders of Onpassive in the Fct and other parts in the six geo – political zones of the country,adding that the launch of the program is being simultaneously holding across the country.
They also called for more collaborative efforts from the government at all levels and stakeholders for proactive service delivery in the country