Former Kogi First Lady Opens Recording Studio

Former Kogi First Lady Opens Recording Studio

Former Kogi State First Lady, Faridah Wada, has called on youths across the country to shun all forms of violence and prioritise skills acquisition for a better future.

Wada made the call during the opening ceremony of a recording studio, TW Records Studio, in Abuja. She said young people have all it takes to achieve their desired dreams without waiting for the government to give them jobs, but rather explore by acquiring basic skills to keep afloat.

She said: “Any person who never made mistakes has never tried anything new. I encourage the youths to acquire basic skills to make them self-reliant.

Notable personalities at the occasion include, former Senate President, Senator Anyim Pius Anyim, Captain Hosa Wells, Sen. Uche Ekwunife, Amb. Ifeanyi Ifedi, Chairman, Aluminum Smelting Company of Nigeria, ASCON, Simbi Wabote, Executive Secretary, Local Content, Chief Vince Osawe, and others.

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