The Digital Minister made the suggestion on Tuesday during the prize presentation ceremony and the Grand Finale of Katsina National Talent Hunt Challenge competition in Katsina.
This he believed if considered will go a long way in not only creating more job opportunities but addressing problems of unemployment in the country.
The Minister said that extension of such will solve the challenges facing the country, especially in the area of employment and job delivery.
He further urged the organizers of the competition to keep the record and database of all the participants for easy mentoring.
According to him, present administration of President Muhammad Buhari has putting more efforts towards that direction by providing various kind of empowerment programmes to Nigerians self-reliant.
Gov. Aminu Masari in his speech highlighted the objective of the competition which he said is out to encourage innovation and develop the youth potential talents and innovators in the state and the country.
He added that the competition will no doubt raise the status of the state and among its counterparts in the country and the world in general.
“The main objective of the competition is to encourage innovation and develop the potential talents of the youths o
Jelani Aliyu Director-General of the National Automotive Design and Development Council encouraged the participants to sustain the tempo.
Overall winner went home with a brand new Toyota Highlander jeep and N2 million.
Four categories are Arts and Design, Automotive Modeling and Products, ICT Design as well as Music and Entertainment category.
The third position in each of the categories received N1.5 million each, the second position received N3 million each, while those with the first position received N5 million each.
Also the cash prizes, 100 contestants were rewarded with prizes of N100,000 each for having participated in the competition