Enugu To Improve Budgetary Allocation for Youth Programmes

Enugu To Improve Budgetary Allocation for Youth Programmes

The Government of Enugu State has said that it will improve budgetary allocation for youth programmes.

Speaking during a public hearing programme on enhancing youth participation for sustainable development, the state Commissioner for Budget and Planning, David Ugwunta said that youth empowerment remained top in the agenda of the state government. Jamb Result

According to THIS DAY, Ugwunta said: “Although funding remains a major bottleneck towards the government’s efforts to achieve its goals, the Enugu State Government was committed to ensuring that youth-centered programmes in the state were given a pride of place.”

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According to the South-east leader of CODE, Dr Daniel Ugwu, ‘Strengthening Youth-Focused Public Service Delivery Project’, is carrying out the public hearing to engage citizens and government stakeholders to discuss government programmes and enhance youth inclusion in governance for sustainable development.

THIS DAY reports that Dr Daniel Ugwu said that many youths are often unaware of these programmes and they conclude that the government is not doing enough.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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