Home Education Hon. Abiante Set To Commission ICT Center In Opobo Town

Hon. Abiante Set To Commission ICT Center In Opobo Town

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The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) 2019 candidate and Member Representing the Andoni-Opobo/Nkoro Federal Constituency at the House of Representatives, Hon. Awaji-Inombek Dagomie Abiante says the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Center at Opobo Town built and furnished by through his intervention is ready for commissioning.

Hon. Abiante stated this while responding to a telephone interview with our correspondent.

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According to the federal legislator, the project is a dream come true for the people of the constituency who have been denied several great opportunities due to the lack of internet services in the constituency.

Abiante further explained that he decided on the project right from the inception of the eight assembly and followed through to ensure that the noble idea of setting such an ICT Centre at the ancient Opobo Town is not jeopardize or abandoned.

He called on the people of the constituency especially youths of the area to attend the commissioning ceremony scheduled for Saturday 13th October, 2018 at Opobo Town.

You will recall that similar project has also been commissioned in Ngo Town in Andoni LGA of Rivers State and has so far trained over 100 trainees on computer appreciation and application.

Abiante who doubles as the House Committee Deputy Chairman on the Navy 2 months ago has commissioned water project at Oyorokoto in Andoni LGA and provided empowerment equipments to artisans in the constituency.

Several constituents were also trained in various skills such the production of household products and consumables etc.

The commissioning of the ICT center will further boost access to internet services in Opobo and underscores the quest of the lawmaker to give opportunities to our youths and elders to grow and meet up the 21st century society.

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