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Being a graduate no longer enough… youths should embrace skills — Onyekere Ifeanyi, CEO, Outline Fashions

By Victor Akuma Unemployment remains a big issue in Nigeria, no doubt. But those worst-hit are youths who are mostly still stuck to the fast-fading...

Why young business owners need collaboration to succeed – Bentley, CEO, The Footwear Academy

By Victor Akuma 'I can' t continue anymore!' The above is a very familiar line with some youths who have thrown in the towel on their...

SPOTLIGHT: How Lucy Aniagolu is fighting unemployment in Nigeria through her agricultural intiative

 By Victor Akuma Agriculture used to be a thriving sector of the economy in Nigeria. But since the country witnessed its oil boom, the sector...

Emmanuella, Amarachidance, DJ Young Money…Meet Nigeria’s top 10 richest kids

By Victor Akuma Before now, fame and wealth are not pronounced among children in most parts of the world. It's either you're a politician, a...

Nigerian youths should stop saying there are no jobs … I started business with N7,000 — CEO, Abidas Leather Works

Seven thousand naira (N7,000). There's barely much that amount of money can do for anyone given the plumeting value of the naira. But for Abidakun...

We need to train more job creators than job seekers — Okeke Chibueze, CEO, GoldLeaf78

When Okeke Chibueze, founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of GoldLeaf78 Global Resources, finished his university education in 2017, he was confronted with the...

How Folorunsho Alakija, Tara Fela-Durotoye inspired me—Adejoke, CEO, Jokeroyale Couture

Here comes Noah Adejoke, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Jokeroyale Couture. Hers is a truism of the age-long saying: Where there is a...

Most Nigerian graduates don’t plan for life after school—Stephen Chris, CEO, The Bluemason Group

Meet Stephen Okechukwu, the founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The Bluemason Group. He is one of the many Nigerian youths blazing the trail...

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In defence of the jailed election rigging professor

By Dons Eze, PhD Everybody is now condemning Peter Ogban, a Professor of Soil Science at the University of Calabar, who the other day, was...

BEMOANING THE FATE OF ENUGU-ONITSHA ROAD

By Dons Eze, PhD For decades, the one hundred kilometers Enugu-Onitsha Expressway has been in deplorable and dilapidated state, causing discomfort and dislocations to thousands...

The trial of Nigerian judiciary

By Dons Eze, PhD Oftentimes, we hear that the court, or the judiciary, is the last hope of the common man. But in real life,...
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