Nigeria is home to at least 190 million people, and the vast majority of this population are youths. Educated youths, might I add, who are eager to get out into the world and ‘conquer it’. Problem is, there are not that many employment opportunities available. Those who seek self-employment have the uphill task of overcoming lack of capital and inadequate public governance which does very little to support small businesses.
You, therefore, find many youths leaving their rural homes for the urban centers to do any job they can get. However, what most get there is a job that only takes them from hand to mouth. Others do decide to leave the country for other neighboring African countries or overseas. Sometimes legally, and in other times through dangerous voyages aboard boats not designed for open waters sailing.
Samson Ogbole’s Aeroponics Farming
Samson Ogbole from Ogun State has found an innovative way of making money through farming. As we all know, times have been hard on farmers all over the world, not just in Africa. All thanks to global warming that has made weather patterns erratic; when it rains …read more