4 September 2011
Some 300,000 jobs would be created to engage youths in the Niger Delta by the time an arrangement between the Forum of South-South Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (FOSSCCIMA) and a Canadian company comes on stream.
FOSSCCIMA’s president, Billy Gillis-Harry, who disclosed this in an exclusive interview with Sunday Tribune in
, decried the situation where youths from the region remain jobless after acquiring tertiary education. Port Harcourt
He said the forum’s goal was to ensure that the economy of the oil-rich region is set on the right track, with all the potentials available within it being harnessed and maximised.