Jamiyyatu Ansarudeen trains 950 members 

The chairman, Borno State Council of Jamiyyatu Ansaarudeen Attijaniyya Nigeria (JAMAAT), Syed Ahmadu Abulfatihi II, who is also a retired senior lecturer with Borno State College of Legal abd Islamic Studies (BOCOLIS), now  Mohammed Goni College of Legal and Islamic Studies (MOGOLIS),  weekend said the leadership  of the organisation has voluntarily mobilised and sponsored training  of  about 950 registered members of the organisation including women and IDPs.

The training took place between 2020 and 2023 on various skills acquisition and entrepreneurships of  three months training through the National Directorate of Employment (NDE).

He added that arrangements have been concluded to train more members including IDPs and women from selected LGAs of the state this year in order to continue to encourage them to be  self reliant and less dependent on others.

The state chairman who stated this   in an interview with newsmen Sunday in his office said  the measure will further accelerate their livelihood sustainability, support and economic growth of the members and society at large, thereby boosting economic growth and development of the localities, state and country at large in terms of productivity and manufacturing  even at small scale level.

He added that with this approach, the society will be more  advanced, educated  and other socio-economic activities including agricultural productivity will invariably improve and largely be free and  independent progressively.

The state chairman stated that despite the fact that the entire activities or operations of the organisation is voluntary service to humanity in the cause of God Almighty and His Messenger (SAW)as part of its empowerment programme, it had trained 250 youth and women in  2020 who are registered members through the National Directorate of Employment (NDE).