Hanok Int’l Trains Kwaran Students in Vocational Skills

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Hanok Int’l Trains Kwaran Students in Vocational Skills

By Saka Idowu Eletu

Hanok International Initiative, a non-governmental organisation, held a free skill acquisition session for senior secondary school students in Ilorin, Kwara State.

Soap production trainingLiquid soap production, disinfectant production, and other abilities were among acquired skills on Wednesday.

The purpose of the program, according to Mr Nurudeen Okin, founder of Hanok International, is to create a community of innovative and creative thinkers by developing entrepreneur abilities, talent, and hidden potentials, ensuring quality academic pursuit and combating educational illiteracy, and assisting community development.

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Cross section of students at the trainingNurudeen added that the organisation had initially supported 16 youngsters on a scholarship and provided them with additional educational supplies.

He exhorted the pupils, on the other hand, to put their new abilities to good use in order to maximize their potentials.

In appreciation of the initiative, therefore, Alh. AbdulRaman I.A., Principal of Government Day Secondary School, Odo Okun, Ilorin, expressed gratitude to the organisation, urging them to do more.

He therefrom called on other stakeholders to inculcate good acts and contribute greatly to empowering and impacting students to aid community development.

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