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Ubi Franklin, Cee-c Visit Juremi Foundation Vocational Center At Disabled Villa

Producer and CEO of Tripple MG musical records, Ubi Franklin and former BB Naija Cee-c has joined Juremi Foundation team, led by it's Founder, Mr. Amen Rochas to visit their Skill Acquisition and vocational center at Karmajiji in Abuja last week.

The visit to the vocational center with Ubi Franklin and Cee-c was envisioned to inspire and motivate physically challenged students who are been trained on ITC, tailoring, musical instruments and production. According to the founder, Ubi Franklin remains a iconic producer and a mentor to several upcoming producers across Nigeria and Africa.

Juremi Foundation has been engaging activities that is geared at improving lives, motivating visions and promoting humanity across Nigeria. With it's forthcoming awareness and empowermemt projects, the foundation may have developed the Karmajiji vocational training institution as a platform to lead in the role of skills acquisition for youths in Nigeria.

The visit by Ubi Franklin ignited the energies and believes of disabled students. While speaking to a student of Juremi Foundation School of Skills Acquisition and Vocational training, he maintained that Ubi Franklin has gingered his spirit to be more committed to his dreams, stressing that he would do every thing to follow the career paths of Franklin.

Ubi franklin expressed gratitude to the president of the foundation, Mr. Amen Rochas, applauded the standard training Equipments and computers and thanked the entire students for giving him such a warm reception.

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