NEDC partners DBI, trains 150 youths on Digital Vehicular Diagnostics

Yola—No fewer than 150 participants from the North East geo-political zone of Nigeria on Saturday, graduated from a three weeks intensive training program on Digital Vehicular Diagnostics and Maintenance sponsored by the North-East Development Commission (NEDC).

The program which was implemented by the Digital Bridge Institute (DBI) took place at its Yola Campus, Fufore, Adamawa State.

A statement by Akin Ogunlade, Head, Public Affairs Unit of the Institute quoted the President/CEO of DBI, Prof. Muhammed Ajiya as saying that the flagship training was symbolic in many ways as the Yola Campus was adequately utilized for the first time since it was built about 10 years ago.

“The NEDC through the Management team reached out to DBI and together came up with this laudable program to empower the young people of the North East,” he said.

Prof. Ajiya who commended the CEO of NEDC for his visionary leadership which has yielded multiple developmental results in the region expressed gratitude to the Adamawa State Government for hosting the participants.

He also used the medium to call for partnership between DBI and all State Governments in Nigeria.

The delegation from DBI present at the ceremony include, President/CEO Engr. Prof. Mohammed Ajiya, Governing Board members, Engr. Hashim Bakori, Dr. Niran Oyekale and Head of Finance and Accounts, Mrs. Peace Okere.

Others are, Head, Yola Campus, Mallam Abubakar Yolde and the Special Assistant to the PDBI, Barr. Abiola Jimoh.

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