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Capability acquisition program: Fidelity Bank Partners CAFE : Nigerian Education

The Fidelity Bank Youth Empowerment Academy (YEA), in partnership with the Caring Family Enhancement Initiative (CAFE), has organized a five-day capacity building program for university students in Anambra.

At the closing ceremony of the program, the wife of the Governor of Anambra, Dr.

Dr. Ebelechukwu Obiano

On Wednesday, November 6, 2019, when she was giving advice to Anambra, she praised the students for the seriousness they combined with training and encouraged them to stay focused.

The Governor's wife, who founded the CAFE, also praised Fidelity Bank for being part of the initiative as part of its social responsibility. However, she found it regrettable that most corporate organizations give nothing back to society.

Ms Obiano thanked the host institution for providing the environment needed for the training.

She noted that CAFE had enabled more than 4,800 people and assured that it would continue to partner with the institution to train more students.

Chris Nnakwe, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability of Fidelity Bank, said the training aims to help young people develop skills for prosperity in the near future.

He said the event, the sixth in the series, had previously been hosted by the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. Waziri Umar Federal Polytechnic, Birnin-Kebbi; Federal Polytechnic Oko; River State University of Science and Technology, Port Harcourt and Bayero University, Kano.

According to Nnakwe, the bank had spent more than 25 million N for each program. She planned to visit all the universities in the country to look after the beneficiaries in the practice community.

The Vice-Chancellor of the NAU (VC), Prof. Charles Esimone, represented by the Deputy VC administration, Prof. Carol Arinze-Umobi, said his administration had always ensured that the students had the necessary knowledge before graduating.

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