Oshoala Engages Academy Girls In Skill Acquisition

Oshoala Engages Academy Girls In Skill Acquisition

The Asisat Oshoala Academy players are currently been trained in different vocational skills following a break at the academy after a successful season 1( year 1) of AO ACADEMY.

The skill acquisition program tagged “impactive skills acquisition recipe for aspiring footballers” is organised by the Asisat Oshoala Foundation in partnership with lagos state skill acquisition center in Mushin.

The academy girls will have the opportunity to learn in various vocational skills including Barbing, Hair Styling, Wig Making, Pedicure/Manicure, Make-Up, Tailoring and Leather Works.

“We must be honest to admit that the reality today is that we do not have enough young people with employable skills that would make them globally competitive to take advantage of employment opportunities,”Oshoala stated.

“Even blue-collar employment opportunities are quickly snapped up by the more skilled personnel from our neighbouring countries.

” We have to fix it and to fix this challenge. I have decided to engage my academy girls in skill acquisition so they can always use what they have learnt in the future , not all of them will be Asisat Oshoala well they might be bigger than me but at least have something , learn something aside soccer.

“We are on break at the academy now after one year and we shall resume in August but we feel they should all go for vocational training so they won’t just be at home during the break, even when we resume some of them will still continue because of the studies ranges from two months to six months and more.

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  • Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 11 months ago

    Yes oh!

    Very well done our sister Asisat!

    The only thing remaining is either for you yourself to re ignite your own goal scoring skills and start banging them in for our darling SF’s or maybe you should retire from active national duty and concentrate on this great work of yours – focusing on turning out the future of Nigeria on a football field.

    Again, kudos to you but please don’t forget your shooting boots again if you want to continue representing the Falcons – Ire oh!

    God bless you and God bless Nigeria! (Haba, I am now sounding like omo9ja lool!)

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