Port Harcourt — A group known as South South Youth Initiative, has demanded for employment and job creation from the Nigerian Port Authority, NPA, for youths of the region.
The youth group made the demand during a courtesy visit to the Board Chairman of NPA, Mr. Akin Rickett, in his country home at Ugep, Obubra LGA of Cross River State.
President of the group, Imeabe Oscar, on behalf of the group, also decorated the NPA boss, saying that the decoration depicts Rickett’s developmental stride in the country.
Responding, the NPA Board Chairman, Akin Rickett, promised to use his office to create relief positively within the sphere of job creation and human development.
Rickett, commended the group in their struggle to protect the interest of the South South region, and promised that all their request and messages will get to the appropriate office.
He also commended the Minister of Transportation, Mr. Chibuike Amaechi, for finding him worthy to serve in the capacity of the Board Chairman of NPA.
The Chairman urged the youths to avoid cultism and criminal activities that was capable of jeopardizing their future.