Nigeria’s Ambassador to the Israel, His Excellency Enoch Pear Duchi, has said the Embassy was ready to bring young Nigerians to the European nation to be trained on cyber-security, agricultural techniques and other areas of human endeavours for their growth.
He also assured that the Embassy could facilitate bringing some Israeli expatriates to Nigeria to train its youth in various fields of human endeavours once such request was sought.
The Nigerian envoy also sang praises of the Esther Ajayi Foundation for its commitment to the goals and ideals that Nigeria stands for in the comity of nations.
Amb. Duchi said this on Tuesday, while receiving about 200 Nigerians on pilgrimage in the Holy Land.
The pilgrims were sponsored on the trip by Founder of the Love of Christ Generation C&S London, Rev. Mother Esther Abimbola Ajayi.
Amb. Duchi showered encomiums in Rev. Mother Esther Ajayi for the various financial and spiritual support she had commuted to some projects in Nigeria and particularly in Israel.
Describing Rev. Mother Ajayi as a ‘woman of immeasurable love for work of God and support for humanity’ also commended her for the great works she has been doing especially in Israel.
Responding to a question posed to him by one of the pilgrims regarding the possibility of training Nigerians on various skills in the country, the envoy, however, said he would not be part of a situation where those so brought for such trainings abscond once they get to Israel.
Said he, “The Embassy has been and is still ready to organise with interested Israeli organisations to bring in some Nigerian youth to be trained in areas like cyber-security, Agriculture and other sectors, but we will not want a situation where some people will not return home,” Ambassador Duchi said.
The Nigerian envoy, when asked on the current state of Nigeria-Israeli relation, especially the position of the Federal Government to the issue of Jerusalem, maintained that the Nigerian Government stands by the United Nations position on the matter which can be resolved after the resolution of the two-state position of the country.
In her comment, Rev. Mother Ajayi, who was flanked by her husband, Rev. Apostle Ademuyiwa Ajayi, commended the Nigerian envoy for always supporting the Esther Ajayi Foundation any time the Foundation came to Israel on pilgrimage.
Rev. Mother Ajayi, who is currently in Israel with other 180 people drawn from Sierra Leone, Ghana and Nigeria for pilgrimage, boasted that her Foundation had not recorded any desertion of pilgrims since it has been bringing people to the Holy Land.
Source: Seraph News