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NADDC Commissions First Female Mechanic Workshop In Sokoto (PHOTOS)

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National Automotive Design and Development Council, NADDC, Jelani Aliyu, commissions first female mechanic workshop in Sokoto State.

NADDC Commissions First Female Mechanic Workshop In Sokoto (PHOTOS)

The Director-General of the National Automotive Design and Development Council, NADDC, Jelani Aliyu, has commissioned the first female mechanic workshop in Sokoto State.

This development is bringing to reality the popular saying that “what a man can do, a woman can do better”.





The workshop is a private initiative of NANA Girls and Women Empowerment Initiative. The initiative aims at breaking the gender stereotype in car repairs and maintenance.

NADDC Commissions First Female Mechanic Workshop In Sokoto (PHOTOS)

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NADDC commissions first female mechanic workshop in Sokoto

Speaking at the occasion, Mr Aliyu congratulated the newly trained female mechanics. He urged them to work hard in order to achieve greater heights.

He said: “I am proud that this is happening right here. This is really big, it is the type of news that needs to be in international magazines and be on places like CNN,

“When we do this we are not just empowering women or girls, we are empowering the very fabric of society and humanity

“I’m very delighted that this is happening and to see this being spearheaded here is truly amazing,” he added.





In his presentation Mr Aliyu commended the virtues of NANA’s establishment of the female mechanic workshop. He described it as an “impressive development”.

According to him, the initiative will create job opportunities. Also,it would also provide income to women in the field of mechanical engineering.

The director-general, therefore, promised collaboration with NANA as an agency in the area of technical support. This merging will add value to the innovation.





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