‘State resolved on empowering youths’

GOVERNMENT says it will continue providing financial and technical support to Choma Trades Training Institute (CTTI) to enable the institution execute its mandate of empowering youths with various lifelong practical skills.
Minister of Higher Education Michael Kaingu said CTTI deserves Government’s support because it is doing a commendable job in equipping youths from all walks of life with skills like carpentry and joinery; bricklaying and plastering; power electrical and automotive mechanics.
Dr Kaingu said this in a speech read for him by Technical Education, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training (TEVET) acting director Precious Lisulo during the 6th CTTI convocation and graduation ceremony, at which 341 students graduated on Friday.
The graduation ceremony was held under the theme: ‘To empower and develop the nation through skills training’.

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