Believe in yourself, Prince Edward urges MFM youths, says he made money through wristwatch business


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Prince Edward Godswill, Frm. SA to the Governor on Youth Affairs and Founder, P7 Youths and Development Initiative impel youths at The Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries, Youth Church Calabar in the closures ceremony of the MFM Free Skills Acquisition and Empowerment Training anchored by James Obok, MFM Youth Pastor Calabar Headquarters.

Prince Edward, urge youths to positively believe on themselves and trusting God words upon their lives.

Prince speaking; “You are who God says you are, Believe in yourself”.
“The MFM have ignite an industry of potential greatness in you which you must actualise the dreams and open doors just like Moses in the bible spring the rod to create positive paths in his leadership”.

He further, testified to participants on his struggle after his university degree at the University of Calabar.

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Prince speaking, Due to my enthusiastic and keen interest on entrepreneurship and business development. “I sold and market wristwatch at Bogoberi in Calabar after my first degree in the University of Calabar where i studied History and International Studies before my National Youths Service and i earned more than the shop owner i bought the wristwatch”.

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He added, “I mingled with prolific and productive minds. I market my wristwatch in banks, schools and offices for patronage and this i achieve earning more than the shop owner who supply’s me wristwatch”.

He further, encourage the youths never to give up on tribulations and trials as it’s a fuel of strength toward achieving greatness.

Godswill burnished the participants, “Your tribulation is reciprocal to your greatness so don’t give up”.
Continuing, In as much God hasn’t given up on you; you don’t have to quit your success race and pursuit, Remain focus and be vision oriented”. He stimulate!

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According, to Pastor James Obok over 500 youths have been empowered on diverse skills having equipped knowledge and technical hands-on-learning experience.

James speaking, “The MFM Skills and Acquisition Training is aimed to curb unemployment and unhealthy social vices among youths in Cross River”. He said, Over 500 youths have been fit on distinct skills and this aren’t limited to; Cinematography, Baking and Catering, Shoe and Leather works, Cosmology, Interior Decoration and Event Management.

James expressed; The MFM skills acquisition as a yearly and continuous program vision to raise young entrepreneurs in Cross River State and Nigeria at large.

Prince Godswill Edward applaud the MFM Youth Church Calabar for igniting the youths and striving to betterment young lives in Cross River State. He pledge to equipped three outstanding students who enrolled in the Cinematography training on a three months internship with Eddyliz Media.

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Prince speaking, “I am excited here having witnessed the entrepreneurship and skill acquisition training as organized by the MFM Youth Church Calabar”. “I pledge to offered a 3 month internship to Top three outstanding students who were trained on Photography, Video Coverage and Video Editing to addendum professional experience with the Eddyliz Media”. He said.

Pastor James Obok, heartily appreciate Prince Edward for the huge opportunity as granted to the participants. He nourished; open blessing and greater height on his political pursuits as participants and youths abide on prayers in one accord for Prince Godswill Edward.


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