RCCG Empowers 1000 Young Entrepreneurs

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The Redemption City Career Fair, hosted by the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG),brought together over 1000 youths, focusing on promoting job creation and empowering young individuals in the pursuit of their professional aspirations.

Over 1,000 young people from across the country attended the Career Fair which held at The Youth Centre, Redemption City, Lagos- Ibadan Express way.

The Redemption City Career Fair stands as a testament to the power of collaboration between religious institutions and corporate entities in driving positive social impact. 

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The event, supported by leading entities such as Lighthouse Capital, Dare Adeboye Foundation, BlakSkill, CADD Centre, Tripplex LTD and PremiumTrust Bank, brought together Human Resources industry leaders, aspiring professionals, graduates and students in a dynamic forum of networking and collaboration.

The event featured engaging panel discussion, product showcase, career clinic, business clinic, job Interviews and networking opportunities.

A key supporter of the Fair, MTN Nigeria showcased its commitment to empowering the youth through technology and innovation. Lighthouse Capital and PremiumTrust Bank also played pivotal roles, providing invaluable insights into financial literacy and career development.

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Speaking at the event, National Overseer of RCCG, Pastor Sunday Akande who delivered an inspiring address reaffirming the church’s unwavering commitment to job creation and youth empowerment.

Akande emphasised the pivotal role of education and skills development in shaping the future of the nation, encouraging collaboration between the church and corporate partners to drive positive change.

“We are delighted with the success of the Redemption City Career Fair and deeply appreciate the support from our partners.

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“This event reflects RCCG’s dedication to nurturing a generation of empowered and skilled individuals ready to contribute meaningfully to society,” Akande said.

The Career Clinic featured presentations, mock interviews and CV reviews by Human Resources (HR) Industry leaders including Toyin Lasaki, Head of HR and Administration, Knight Frank; Faith Akintunde, HR Director Nigeria & Developing Middle East Africa, Kimberly Clerk; Oluyemi Adeosun. (Nation)

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