Hungarian Diplomat Teams Up With Ugwumba Leadership Center To Foster Youth Employment

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Dr. Gabor Krauss, the current acting representative of Hungary in Nigeria, has committed to working hand-in-hand with the Ugwumba Leadership Center for Africa, aiming to empower the substantial number of unemployed young people in the nation.

During a discussion with Uche Nwosu, President of the Ugwumba Leadership Center for Africa, held in Abuja, the Hungarian envoy assured the provision of a program that financially supports budding entrepreneurs among the Nigerian youth.

The diplomat clarified that this collaboration seeks to generate job opportunities for both young individuals and women across the country.

Uche Nwosu conveyed his gratitude to the envoy, highlighting the project’s potential to establish a versatile avenue through which young people and women can access financial backing for their business ventures. This is especially beneficial for those engaged in agriculture, technology, and entertainment sectors.

Nwosu expounded on the motivation behind the initiative, emphasizing the pressing need to confront the disturbing challenges of extensive youth unemployment and severe economic destitution among households in Nigeria. He also underlined the dire social and economic security implications linked to these issues.

He further emphasized that Nigeria is steadily moving towards potential political instability due to the escalating levels of poverty and the widening gap of youth unemployment. Addressing these matters is not only crucial but also an urgent social and economic priority.

Still Speaking, Nwosu said that In Abuja today, he paid a visit to Dr. Gabor Krauss, the current acting ambassador of Hungary in Nigeria. He was accompanied by Remy Chukwunyere, the Director General, Victoria Odimba, Advisor, and Josephat Okafor, his personal Assistant, the main focus of their interaction was to explore avenues for collaboration with the Embassy. This partnership aims to enhance the reach of their initiatives for job creation among Nigerian youths and women.

The officials from the Hungarian Embassy, namely Dr. Gabor Krauss, Judit Beres, and Chris Eruba, showed genuine enthusiasm about the positive impacts already achieved. They committed to joining hands with the Ugwumba Leadership Center in order to create additional opportunities for the nation’s youth.

The meeting concluded successfully, and there is an optimistic outlook for a productive alliance between the Ugwumba Leadership Center and the Hungarian Embassy in the foreseeable future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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