February 23, 2024

Mayegun Omoluabi Pataki Oloye Benedict Akika, A philanthropist and founder of Omituntun Benedict Forum launches Youth Training and Empowerment Program on Baking/Pastries Making.

Chief Benedict Akika, AgbaAkin of Olorunda-Abaa and Mayegun of Akobo-land has planned with Kiitan Cakes and Pastries to empower youths with skills in baking and pastries for individual and event purposes.

The programme is launched through his NGO, Omituntun Benedict Forum, and to provide young people with access to training on making different varieties of cakes, cakes decoration, pastries respectively.

The philanthropist who resides Akinyele/Lagelu Oyo has recorded impressive achievements both on the community & human development and medical outreaches.

Sharing the inspiration behind the new project, he said, “I hate seeing youth roaming about due to idleness, so we put up this program to empower youths and strengthen job security in the state.

“Our focus is to empower as many young people as possible and we aim to add new training as the programme progresses. As an organisation with human heart, we believe in empowering and providing opportunities to alleviate poverty and avail reliable means of livelihood for mankind”.

While appreciating the convener of the program, the proprietress of Kiitan Cakes and Pastries shared her testimony of starting from little to plenty in the baking industry and she encourages the beneficiaries to take the training very serious.

“I want to implore you all to take this training very seriously as any aspect learnt from it will make you financially stable for life.

One of the beneficiaries also appreciated Mayegun Benedict Akika for the opportunity to alleviate poverty and avail reliable means of livelihood in their lives.

The programme commenced with cakes class on 7th November and will cover other training within 5 days.

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