You Need to Package Yourself As a Youth Says Hon.Orji

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Hon.Rita Orji


Federal House of Representatives member representing Ajeromi-Ifelodun Federal Constituency and Chairman Diaspora committee, Hon.Rita Orji has called on the Nigeria youth to package themselves ahead of future opportunities in job employment and leadership positions in the country, stressing that packaging through skills acquisitions and education will help determined youths to succeed in life.

According to her, many youths are just waiting for free money from politicians and wealthy people to succeed in life which cannot work that way. I used #45,000 to register as a Tasly networker and through determination I succeeded as one of the highest Tasly networkers in Nigeria and African countries then. With little money in your hand as a youth, you can start something that can become a conglomerate in future depends on your consistency and prayerfulness in such business.

Orji advised that for those that want to contest as youths in my constituency under PDP comes 2019; first you must have a meaningful employment or business that gives you money regularly, your past records must be verified and your educationally background is also necessary to build your political career in life. I wouldn’t have succeeded without be prepared financially, academically and prayerfully in this new political position in the National Assembly.

Speaking further, Orji said with #20, 000, a creative youth that wants to make things happen in life with the support of skills acquisition and empowerment programme, will become a millionaire in life, if prudence and consistency are putting into consideration. Some youths that have benefitted from my skills acquisitions in this constituency decided not to improve on their trainings than waiting for me to give them millions to start big businesses. The wise among them are doing great in their chosen careers.

For me as a politician cum catholic faithful, “I don’t believe in propaganda because it is against inhumanity and the law of the land, she said”.



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