A Non Governmental Organization, Teen Ambassador Foundation has been coffered with an Award of Excellence on Youth Empowerment and Medical Outreach for the indigent and less privileged in the country.
The award which was presented to the Teen Ambassador Foundation by a Magazine Outfit, CSR Reporter was in recognition of the Foundation ‘s contributions to welfare of the needy and humanitarian services over the years.
On the occasion in Abuja, the Director General of Teen Ambassador Foundation, Paul Adiwu thanked the Magazine Outfit for recognizing his efforts in uplifting the welfare of the poor, sick and unemployed youths in the country.
Paul Adiwu said the award would further encourage him to continue to render free services towards improving the wellbeing of the less privileged in the society.
He stated that about one thousand Nigerian youths had benefitted from various empowerment programmes of the Foundation across the country.
According to him, the Foundation has also concluded arrangements to organize a six weeks internet training for about 150 teenagers in the Federal Capital Territory on computer mathematics and robotic training.
Paul Adiwu explained that an equipped lab and necessary facilities had already been put in place for the success of the training aimed at empowering both the teenagers and youths on Information and Communication Technology, ICT
While reiterating the commitment of the Foundation towards youth empowerment and free medical services, the Director General Advised Nigerian youths to always engage in positive ventures towards contributing to national peace and economic development.
He also stressed the need for Government at all levels to always give priority that would create jobs and reduce unemployment among the youths in the country.
Earlier, the Publisher of the Magazine Eche Munonye said it would continue to reward excellence among Nigerians who are complimenting the efforts of Government in improving the welfare of the people.
He advised all the awardees not to relent in rendering humanitarian services to the less privileged in the society