NGO empowers over 120 Nigerians

By Abba Onyeka

A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) known as the Foundation for the Needy, Compassion and Charity (FNCC) has marked out November 30, 2019 to empower some Nigerians it has trained in different skills.
FNCC has over the years been training the less privileged in different skill acquisition in Nigeria and empowering them at completion of the training.
Speaking to journalists recently in the NGO’s office in Idu-Koro, Abuja, its national coordinator, Mrs Agartha Leaonad appealed to the public sector to assist FWNLP as is being done by good Nigerians from the private sector, for the NGO to continue to train and empower the less privileged in the society.
According to her, since the NGO came on board, it has been appealing for assistance from the public and private sectors, saying it were those from private sector that has been responding without success from the public sector. Urging those in government to as a matter of importance assist the NGO in its fight against poverty and enemployment, she called those who are in need to come for succour in the NGO. “We are always at your service toward reducing poverty and unemployment to the barest minimum in the country,” she added.
Advising those who will benefit from the good gestures of the NGO to take their work serious after dreedom, Mrs Agartha Leonard said the NGO has been training and empowering the needy, irrespective of sex, religion and tribe in different trades.

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