Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) has condemned the mass movement of youths from the Niger Delta region from illegal routes and has proffered to find solutions in collaboration with Bayelsa government.
A German-based NGO, African Tide Union (ATU) and the Bayelsa government on Tuesday commenced partnership to create jobs for teeming unemployed youths as part of solutions to the Niger Delta crisis.
A 10-member team of ATU, led by the union’s President, Ms Roselyn Dressman, presented a Niger Delta Master Plan for the job-creation project to the Bayelsa Deputy Governor, Rear Admiral John Jonah (Rtd), in Government House, Yenagoa.
Speaking on the project, ATU’s Youth Ambassador, Ms Tarilaya Weber, said the master plan entitled, Reduced Migration, Activate Returnees (Red-Mas) was developed to stop the desperate migration of youths from the Niger Delta to European countries.
Source: The Tribunal