This Nigerian platform is working on solving the youth unemployment problem in Africa

Youth unemployment is one of the ticking time-bombs facing Afrika. Take for instance two of the continent’s larger economies, Nigeria and South Africa, both are sitting with youth unemployment rates of well over 30%. There seems to be no clear or promising solution in the short to medium term either by African governments. Coupled with poorly performing economies, in the cases of South and Nigeria, the problem of youth unemployment should be a priority. The problem of youth unemployment is also exacerbated by millions of students graduating annually from secondary schools and tertiary institutions with skills that are not suitable for them…

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Patricia is the founder and editor of Little Bytes News, a former elementary teacher, radio talk show host, political activist and political blogger. In 2012, Patricia was nominated one of “Circle of Moms” top 25 political bloggers.

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