Nigeria: Dice Ailes and DJ Cuppy Are Honoured With Ambassador Appointments

By Pulse Nigeria

Dice Ailes gets recognised by the ministry of youths and sports.

Dice Ailes has been appointed as a National Youth Ambassador for Sport by the Federal Minister of Youth and Sports, Mr Solomon Dalung.

This appointment took place in 20th Dec, 2018, at the National Sports festival in Abuja, where Dice Ailes wowed fans with his fans favourite hits and his appointment was surely the icing on the cake.

Speaking on this proud moment, Dice Ailes share that he felt hounoured to be given such great recognition, stating that he was on top of the world, maybe on cloud 9 after being singled out of up to 70% of Nigeria’s 180 million population to serve as the points-person.

With this new development, Dice Ailes joins the list of celebrities who have been recognised by prestigious organisations and establishments for their contributions in the society. Recall that a few weeks ago, DJ Cuppy was also made an ambassador by the international non-governmental organisation, Save The Children, UK.

DJ Cuppy is now an ambassador for Save The Children

DJ Cuppy’s benevolent heart has been recognised as she has been named a new ambassador for the international non-governmental organisation, Save The Children, UK. The billionaire heiress announced this on her Twitter page on Wednesday, November 28, 2018. According to her, she also joins the African advisory board of the NGO.

“So proud to be announced as the newest Ambassador of @SaveChildrenUK and also to join as a member on the African Advisory Board! Looking forward to working around the continent to save children’s lives… #CuppyCares,” she tweeted.

DJ Cuppy’s latest achievement isn’t coming as a surprise because it is well known of her benevolent heart. She has impacted a lot in society by giving back and helping people in need.

Source Pulse Nigeria

TOTAL E&P Nigeria trains 15,000 youths in skill acquisition

By Cornelius Essen, Nigeria

Total E&P Nigerian Limited has empowered 15,000 youths as part of its entrepreneurship drive to reduce poverty among young population.

Engr. Vincent Nnadi of Total Upstream Companies, who stated this at the graduation of 44 youths in Minna, Niger State, said the aim of the training was to make young people self-reliance.

He added that human capacity development that leads to gainful employment was one of the most effective ways to reduce poverty and ensure sustainable economic growth.

“Total aimed to empower as many people as possible and actively support nation building efforts in line with United Nation’s sustainable development goals numbers one and eight,” he remarked.

Equally, he explained that the beneficiaries have received equipment that would help them start their businesses, adding that this would enable them launch careers in entrepreneurships.

On her part, the trainer, Dr. Claudia Okeke of Aids for Women, Adolescent, and Children International Organisation, appreciated the students for their doggedness and diligence in their various skills.

She added that the true dividends would be measured when the beneficiaries use the acquired skills to make money and become economic forces in their respective communities.

Okeke, thanked ministry of youth and sports development for supporting the six-week intensive training programme, urging participants to make use of the trade.

Source – Guardian News