Jan 5, 2017, 10:51 AM
Badjie, an ex-Corps Member of the National Youth Service Scheme NYSS, whoalso doubled as the Chairman of the interim
Executive Committee of NYSS Alumni Association, will leave
The training, organised by the ECOWAS Commission for Youth and Sports Development Centre, in collaboration with the Ministry for Youth matters of the Republic of Mali, aims to promote youth integration in the formal sector, developing youth entrepreneurship in the area of electricity and also to render support to young people by building the capacity of youth who are presently engaged in Home Electrical Installation in all ECOWAS Member states.
according to the release, the training, which will bring together fifteen youth
from the sub region, will commence on 10 April and will end on
Reacting to the gersture Kawsu Badjie, who now operates his own Air Conditioning, Electrical and Refrigeration workshop, commended the NYSS for its splendid strides in ensuring the development of the human resource base of The Gambia.
NYSS has changed the lives of many of us. It is as a result of the training we
got at the NYSS that most of us are capable of running our own workshops and
also doing very well in our places of work. I most confess that the scheme is
on course. Upon my return from