10 Persons Benefit from Naana Akumtu Bisensu I’s Carpentry Apprenticeship Funding


Naana Akumtu Bisensu I, the queenmother of Ohuewem clan of Ada has funded the carpentry training programme of ten (10) indigenes in carpentry.

The 3-year carpentry apprenticeship programme which has successfully come to an end was aimed at equipping the youth with the requisite skills in the craft.

This follows an initial training by an NGO in 2017 on some basic carpentry works.

A graduation ceremony and durbar has been held in honour of the ten (10) beneficiaries after undergoing a 3-year practical training.

This was held on Saturday, November 28, 2020 and attended by chiefs, opinion leaders, and people of Ada.

The queenmother of Matsekope Naana Adu Akrofi I who represented Naana Akumtu Bisensu I and spoke on her behalf entreated the beneficiaries to diligently put into practice the experience they have gained.

Speaking at the graduation, the master trainer Mr. Yevu Yayra Blessing expressed gratitude to Naana Akumtu Bisensu I for her unflinching support.

During their graduation, she also presented to each of the apprentices working tools to enable them start work on their own.

Source: Yaw Plug | PlugTimes.com


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