Thursday, 28 January 2016

Unemployment is gradually becoming the order of the day in Nigeria as a result of the quest for white collar jobs. There are over ten million unemployed graduates roaming the streets, prone to crime almost hopeless. This demographic finding portends challenges and opportunities. The challenges are economic and social, both are highly connected.

Our Case Is Not Different

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Imagine sitting in an examination hall blank on what to write. Then suddenly your colleagues answer paper flips and you see answers that triggers your memory. Every state in Nigeria is in an examination hall and needs memory triggers t...

10PERCENT4YOUTHS Addressing High Youth Unemployment

Monday, 18 May 2015

Nigeria is currently confronted with a massive unemployment crisis. Hundreds of thousands of university graduates are roaming the streets without jobs. The rate of youth unemployment in the country is alarming. According to the “2012 ...

The Call for greater investments in youths

Monday, 18 May 2015

The challenges of growing youth employment rate is alarming increasing with latest jobless figures showing that 12.6 percent of young people or some 75 million youths are out of work. The need for increased investments in youths is para...