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Monsignor Roger Aboteyuure pledges to establish Vocational Training Center to empower women in Nabdam

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Monsignor Roger Aboteyuure has announced plans to establish a vocational training center in the Nabdam District to uplift the lives of women and enhance girl-child education.

The esteemed clergyman revealed this transformative initiative during a celebratory event organized by the people and opinion leaders of Nabdam.

The purpose behind this venture, he said, is to empower women economically, address educational gaps for girls, and combat poverty among women in the region.

The announcement came as part of an honor bestowed upon Monsignor Aboteyuure by the residents of Nabdam and their traditional leaders in the Upper East Region.

The event, held on Saturday, December 30th, 2023, served as a platform for the community to express gratitude for Monsignor Aboteyuure’s outstanding contributions to the growth and development of the district.

In his address, Monsignor Aboteyuure emphasized the critical need to prioritize girl-child education and women’s economic empowerment.

He underscored the role education plays in shaping the future of communities and reiterated his commitment to creating opportunities for young girls in the Nabdam District.

According to him, the vocational training center will provide practical skills and knowledge, enabling women to actively participate in economic activities and contribute meaningfully to the development of the district.

Monsignor Aboteyuure added that by addressing the educational and economic challenges faced by women, the entire community can experience positive transformation.

The residents of Nabdam expressed their deep appreciation for Monsignor Aboteyuure’s unwavering dedication to their well-being.

Traditional leaders also commended his efforts in fostering positive change and acknowledged the positive impact his initiatives have had on the district.

In a historic moment, Msgr. Aboteyuure was enskinned as “Naba Tampii Tengmalug,” a title that translates to Development Chief.

This prestigious recognition, according to the traditional leaders, reflects not only his commitment to the community but also his role as a catalyst for positive change.

Source:A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga|

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