By Anthony Awunor

Ubulu-Uku born Delta State socialite and philanthropist, Mr. James  Endurance Onwordi, (a.k.a. Ibori Ubulu), has announced his plan to sponsor 30 young people from Aniocha South Local Government Area, Delta State, to acquire vocational skills, as part of his plan to raise 30 young entrepreneurs in the council before the end of 2021.

In a message made available to UBULU EZEMU, through his media team, Mr. Onwordi who is the chairman of Endic Petro-Agro Nig. Ltd. and founder of James and Juliet Foundation, revealed that the 30 people will be drawn from the three clans in Aniocha South.

Onwordi said “I have concluded plans to sponsor 30 young people from the three clans of Aniocha South Local Government Area, to attend the Delta State Technical and Vocational Education Centre in Ubulu-Uku and acquire skills to become their own bosses.

“In the first batch of this empowerment programme, 10 slots each will be allocated to Ubulu Clan, Ogwashi Clan and Nsukwa Clan, making a total of 30 slots,” Onwordi revealed.

He also hinted that the plan will encourage people from the LGA to obtain their Permanent Voter’s Cards (PVC).

“Interested candidates must posses a valid voter’s card or a proof of participation in the ongoing continuous voter registration exercise,” Onwordi stated in the press release.

“My vision is to promote youth inclusiveness and create an atmosphere of prosperity and progress in Aniocha South by supporting young people to harness their skills and maximise their God-given potentials.”

Applicants from the three clans of Aniocha South are advised to visit the school from Monday, 23rd of August, 2021, for screening or call 08063798481 for more details.

Courses available at the school include: ICT Training, Electrical installation works, Hairdressing/Barbing, Event Planning/Decorations, Make-up Artistry, Catering, Fashion Design and Bag Making.

Recall that earlier this year, Onwordi who recently announced his plan to run for the Delta State House of Assembly position to represent Aniocha South Constituency, sponsored the Ubulu-Uku U-17 Football League for the second consecutive year to the tune of N500,000 and provided football kits for all the participating teams.

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