Cameroon Refugees Receive Training On Hypochlorite In Taraba.

By Beltha Mokube – Thursday February 14, 2019.

Cameroon Refugees Receive Training On Hypochlorite In Taraba.

Some trainees of the Taraba Workshop pose with trainer, Tem Martin after workshop.

A skills acquisition training workshop has wrapped up in Taraba, a state in Nigeria, Wednesday, February 13, 2019, a trainee has told National Telegraph.

Over sixty (60) persons, all refugees from Cameroon’s restive English-speaking regions have been trained in the production of hypochlorite (bleach or eau de javel), detergent (omo), insecticide, liquid soap amongst other chemical products, National Telegraph has learned.

The training, our source said, also focused on flour products including training on how to produce fish roll, buns (gateaux), pancake, puff puff, and Nigerian Doughnuts.

“We had to precipitate the training because the atmosphere is tense with elections on Saturday and we have a 16-hour journey to get back to base to be with family before the elections take off, one of the trainers said.

During the training, twenty-six (26) persons who were sick were sent to the health center and after consultation, were taken to the lab and given treatment. Tem Martin and wife, Tem Rachel who are the organizers and trainers said the medical aid came from Rev. Akaya from the US.

The trainees were so impressed with what they learned and two persons were empowered while expecting more persons who are willing to adopt one or two persons to empower them to get started with their own desired area from the many skills they have learned, Tem Martin said.

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