Astonished by the number of skills acquired in just four months of his industrial attachment, 18-year-old Wuzor Destiny Kelechi, has lauded the Managing Director/CEO of Bobtec Construction Company Nigeria Limited, Mr. Chimenem Bobo Worlu.
Wuzor, an undergraduate student of Captain Elechi Amadi Polytechnic, Rumuola, Port Harcourt, Building Technology department, described his four months industrial attachment experience at Bobtec as high-yielding, productive and transforming.
He said his four months stay under the tutelage of his boss, has improved his capability, capacity, productivity and performance.
Describing Worlu as a God sent to humanity, the IT student from Ubima in Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State, urged him to resist discouragement and continue in what he described as his contributions to human capacity development.
According to him, “My experience here at Bobtec Construction Company Nigeria Limited has been both productive, fruitful, high-yielding and transforming, sincerely, I am even shocked at myself, like, I never imagined I would acquire such skills and be very good at them in such little time.
“I have learnt many things, very deep, like this one we are into is interlocking molding. I have learnt site excavation, paint mixing, foundation leveling and combating, there are a lot of people that till now, have not been able to get a place for their training, I didn’t just get a place, I got the best of places.
“I really want to say thank you to the MD/CEO of Bobtec Construction Company Nigeria Limited, Honourable Chimenem Bobo Worlu, he is sowing a great seed in humanity, his performance is great, he should maintain his stand and continue to build human capacity.”
Meanwhile, a staff of the company, Mr. Lucky Wanyanwu commended the IT student for his zeal and dedication. He said, “I commend him for his zeal and dedication to service. I pray that God will grant him more wisdom and sound health. His stay with us shall be favoured.”