NGO Commences Youth Empowerment On Agriculture

By Kehinde Ayantunji As part of efforts geared towards economic development in Nigeria, a non-governmental organisation, World Institute for Peace (WIP) has revealed its plans on agricultural and industrial growth in the country. Founder and Executive Chairman of the organisation, Comrade Lamina Kamiludeen Omotoyosi made this known in a press release made available to journalists…”
Emmanuel
August 12, 2017 9:00 am

By Kehinde Ayantunji

As part of efforts geared towards economic development in Nigeria, a non-governmental organisation, World Institute for Peace (WIP) has revealed its plans on agricultural and industrial growth in the country.

Founder and Executive Chairman of the organisation, Comrade Lamina Kamiludeen Omotoyosi made this known in a press release made available to journalists in Osogbo.

ýThe group disclosed that it would be hosting NEPAL KHADHYA BANK LIMITED, a bank meant to empower youths through agricultural revolution in Nigeria and Osun State in particular.

According to the release, “Nigeria has a lot of resources, oil and gas, rich mines and mineral and fertile lands, we have enough resources to support all African countries, but Nigeria went through very crucial painful conditions which have marred her image.

“It is the foremost objective of WIP to put before the world candid picture of Nigeria. The WIP intends to embark on agricultural, industrial and economic revolution in Nigeria with the help of foreign individuals, companies and also with the assistance of some powerful countries.”

“WIP has devised its plan to bring peace in the world through peace education and conflict resolution strategies and in the same context Peace Ambassadors have been appointed in most of the courtiers.

“To maintain peace in the world, it is a very essential factor that we must eradicate the causes of distress and roots of most of the menaces, go deep into injustice and financial hardships and unemployment”, he said.

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