Senator Daduut empowers 30 Plateau South Youths with tricycles

Senator representing Plateau South Senatorial District at the National Assembly ,Prof Nora Ladi Daduut on Monday distributed 30 sets of tricycles popularly known as Keke Napep to some Youth organisations in her constituency.

The tricycles are meant to assist in empowering the beneficiaries to jumpstart their entrepreneurial journey and enhance their independence.

Our correspondent reports that Senator Daduut has been providing empowerment and skills acquisition programmes for youths in her constituency since she got elected into the National assembly in 2020 , and this has been a regular and continuous exercise till date.

Distributing the tricycles , Senator Nora noted that the gesture was in fulfillment of her promise to empower Youths in the Senatorial district.

“This programme is aimed at eradicating poverty and empowering our youths in Plateau South Senatorial district to have access to economic well being.”

She vowed to continue her various youth empowerment intervention programmes as a means of fighting poverty and restiveness in her constituency while in the Senate .

Senator Nora Daduut who recently distributed empowerment facilities worth millions of naira to youths and women of her Senatorial District said Youths are very critical to nation-building ,I have carried out several empowerment programmes for them since assumption of office.

Prof Daduut added that “we had recently given out laptop computers to hundreds of unemployed graduates recently trained on Information Communication Technology (ICT) in my Senatorial district.”

“As Senator representing Plateau South ,I have constructed schools ,equipped several health centers and would soon be commissioning some other projects we embarked upon “.

” We have provided lifeline to over 10,000 widows , Youths as well as indigent persons from the six local government areas of my constituency.”

She urged the beneficiaries to use the tricycles to improve the lives of their families and communities.

Most of the beneficiaries who spoke praised the senator for bringing succour to the people of Plateau South and called on other well meaning indigenes of the Senatorial district to emulate Prof Daduut by contributing their quotas to the development of the senatorial district.