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Rivers: NGO, Church Train Over 100 Youths On Entrepreneurship, Spiritual Uplifting

A non-governmental organization (NGO), Jacob Idungafa Charity Organization has trained over 1000 youths in entrepreneurship at a business summit organized in partnership with Just Jesus Assembly, in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital.

The NGO’s founder, Mr. Jacob Idungafa urged the participants to have purpose and vision to enable them to form goals that will drive their quest to achieve their dreams, adding that every successful business must have a beginning.

Idungafa told the youths who converged from different churches and organizations to dream big, set goals and rigorously strive to achieve those goals, stressing that only those with a winning mindset eventually achieve their dreams.

Idungafa who is the Group Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer of Fairtex Group, recalled how he started the company from scratch after he dreamt that it would one day be a successful outfit that would add value to society and employ people.

Idungafa who is the Group Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer of Fairtex Group, while recalling how he started he started Fairtex Group, said he fought very hard to overcome big obstacles to nurture his dreams.

” Whatever you see today we’re God’s revelation, and the journey has not been easy”, he said, urging young people to learn how to be responsible in life as life without responsibilities weakens one’s drive to achieve success.

Also speaking, the presiding Bishop of Just Jesus Assembly, Norman Jonah stated that the power to pursue one’s dreams comes from within, appealing to young people to be selective of what they see and hear because it can have a lasting impact on their minds.

“All learning goes through the eyes and the ears and stays in life to grow. It’s like putting one on an auto-pilot” Jonah noted.

He opined that despite the country’s economy, the youth can reinvent themselves and break free from negative beliefs, so as to harness the power of growth.

The participants were also lectured on various topics that covered entrepreneurial skills and spiritual uplifting by top government officials, religious leaders and business heads among others.

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