• Empowers 50 Students across all faculty with a cash price
• 15 beneficiaries get working equipment
Students unionism has always been another brand of capacity and leadership breeding position. This is the case of Miss Ashaolu Praise, the vice president of The Nigerian Association of Life Science Students (NALSS).
Asha_Praiz as she popularly knows is a 400 level student and is currently serving a term as the Vice President of the Nigerian Association of Life Science Students (NALSS), Unilorin chapter. Her zealousness towards building and engage the ng student community prompted and instigated the idea of empowering students from her Constituents which she described as a dream come true.
The NALSS MAIDEN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM Themed: Entrepreneurship the in 21st century stood as the avenue whereby her dream was being realized after series of manual work empowerment materials were being disbursed for about 10 students which included Industrial sewing machines, mixing machines, make up toolboxes for make-up artists as well as various other instruments.
Paul Olubori, Founder Go-Len a digital marketing expert was the on-ground as and featured in the empowerment program which saw him as the guest speaker emphasized the need for more entrepreneurs to be on the rise. “The Job market is dynamic and as thus not for everyone. We can always seek for improvement amongst ourselves and by not reply to ng our school certificates” he said.
“The organizer of this program has done a great job by bringing together progressives and Entrepreneurship like minds in this space and as such needs to be appreciated and helped”, he added.
He thereby urged the various beneficiaries of the empowerment program to stick to making effective use of the various empowerment materials to achieve ve optimum result. He then advised that each beneficiary should make available a solid business proposal and also to be able to execute a meaningful along-lasting project. He then pledged and donated a sum of Fifty thousand naira cash donating for other Eleven (11) beneficiaries to aid in their business proposals.
Other benefits from the empowerment program included scholarships to six(6) other beneficiaries.