Mr Samuel Kodzosika, Independent Parliamentary Candidate of the Kpando Constituency, has organised vocational training for more than thousand youth in the Municipality.
The training, through cake making, textiles, cosmetics, detergents, antiseptics, pastries, bakery, ice cream, local drinks and beads craft, was organised in batches for the various communities to make them self-reliant.
Speaking at one of the graduation ceremonies in Dzewoe, Mr Kodzosika said he believed in empowering the youth so they could impact their communities and that those who couldn’t further their education needed to be empowered to learn a vocation.
He said he embarked on a campaign to assist the youth in the Municipality by presenting to them entrepreneurial opportunities to enrich themselves, which they embraced.
Mr Kodzosika said MPs had 70 per cent power to influence their constituents’ positively and that most were refusing to do so.
He added that an MP doesn’t need money to impact constituents’ positively but rather create avenues for them.
Mr Kodzosika said all MPs were provided with funds to help artisans in their various Constituencies but these funds never got to the intended people.
Mr Gariba Bavor, the Regent of Kpando Dzigbe, called on electorates in the Constituency to help push Mr Kodzosika’s agenda to improve the living conditions of the people by voting for him in December.
He said the Independent Parliamentary Candidate had proven that when elected, he could serve the people well as shown by the various projects undertaken in the Municipality.