Local governments must begin to develop young talents-Muma Gee

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Local Government Council authorities must go beyond infrastructural development and begin to promote and encourage talent in young people for the development of the society.

This was a call made by a Port Harcourt based entertainer, Muma Gift-Eke during a visit to the Ahoada West Local Government Council Chairman, Hope Ikiriko who also informed the council chairman about the forth coming talent hunt programme tagged, "Rivers Got talent by the African Talent Pool" in collaboration with the Muma Gee Foundation.

Gift-Eke who is popularly called Muma Gee earlier in her address said the programme is targeted at developing and empowering a total of one thousand two hundred and forty-eight talented youths across Rivers State with different skills.

In his response, Ahoada West Local Government Council Chairman, Hope Ikiriko promised to partner with the African Talent Pool for the development of raw talents in the state and beyond.

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