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Free Skill Acquisition Campaign in Aba

"Those with economic skills, are more confident and certain of the future than those who do not" –Ogbonnay Eke 

Here is an opportunity to learn or improve your economic skills FREE of charge. Whether you are a student, Employed or unemployed, there should be a course from the above list that will enhance your relevance and increase your opportunities to live your dream life.



- *Text your name*

- *Course of interest*

- *Phone number*




*DATE* : 
29th Sept. - 1st October 2916

*VENUE* : 
Lifegate Training Center, 41c Umule Road Aba, Abia State

9am daily

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