By Ebi Perekeme
The Ezenobi Training Centre has said that it does not take things for granted but for gratitude. This was contained in a press release by the centre through Madam Enetimi Evah Bunuzigha in Lagos recently.
Bunuzigha said that she has not seen anything like Thank You just as gratitude does wonder. Hence, she appreciated the presidential Amnesty office for the foster rendered to the Ezenobi Training Centre in training 137 delegates and giving the centre an award of excellence.
According to her, “We wish to use this medium to appreciate the presidential Amnesty office, for giving us the opportunity to train 137 delegates and giving us an award of Excellenc on Monday June 10, 2019 at Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.”
Bunuzigha, who was ecstatic, quoted the words of Fred De Witt Van Amburgh, saying, Gratitude is a currency that we can mint for ourselves, and spend without fear of bankruptcy. She believed that the 137 Beneficiaries who were trained in fashion and design, leather works, Information and Communication Technology would not totter in their different endeavours.
She, however, thanked the presidency for not relenting in the activities of the amnesty programme.
She said, “Also, we wish to appreciate the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari for his constant funding of the Presidential Amnesty Programme.”
She believed in the words of Muso Kokushi, saying, Hardship is a blessing when it spurs effort and development; ease is a curse when it increases complacency and self-indulgence. Bunuzigha thanked the Coordinator of the presidential Amnesty Programme, Prof. Charles Quaker Dokubo for holding the frontline of the programme.
According to Bunuzigha, “Worthy of appreciation, the Coordinator of the presidential Amnesty Programme, Prof. Charles Quaker Dokubo for his pronouncement of instant empowerment to the delegated immediately after their training. First of its kind of the history of Amnesty programme, keep it up.”
She however lent an advise to Dokubo, saying, “A piece of advice to the coordinator, Prof. Charles Dokubo, the office should try to pay up vendors who have diligently trained delegates. The late President Umaru Yaradua’s mandate is to train delegates and engage them. They say ‘an idle mind is the devil workshop’.”
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