Register – Bayelsa Free Agricultural Training Empowerment Initiative for Bayelsa State residents

Bayelsa Free Agricultural Training Empowerment Initiative

Register – Bayelsa Free Agricultural Training Empowerment Initiative for Bayelsa State residents

Applications are open for the Bayelsa Free Agricultural Training and Empowerment Initiative 2021. This is a collective initiative and effort of young prominent concerned Bayelsans in support to the state Goverment’s agricultural agenda to increase agricultural activities-whereby increasing the technical know-how on the production and breeding of Catfish, Snail and Poultry. And to equip them with the tools for start up.


Bayelsa Free Agricultural Training  Initiative is sponsored by Hon. Chief Michael Magbisa (Vice Chairman PDP Bayelsa West), Hon. Barr. Festus Daumiebi Sunday, and Hon. Ebiegberi Diri, to assist interested Bayelsans with the necessary knowledge of the aforementioned sectors.

The objective of this scheme is geared towards reducing the rate of unemployment by training and establishing individuals with start up packs, and the act is inline with the prosperity administrative of His excellency, distinguished senator Douye Diri -the executive governor of Bayelsa State. Also Apply for NITDA Digital Literacy and Skills Training Programme 2021 for Nigerian Youths

Training Programs 

Successful applicants will stand the chance to undergo the Free skill acquisition Training on any of the following:

  • Fish Farming,
  • Snail Farming,
  • Poultry, and also be empowered with the necessary tools for start up.


  • Free Registration,
  • Free Training and Instant Start-up Packs after training.


  • BFATEI is open to all Bayelsans and residents that are interested in the aforementioned agricultural sectors, and the whole process is free and no single charge is attached



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