After Graduation What Next?

Our land is bursting with economic vigour in various sectors with poor financial returns. We would have been better off if the country realizes more than it is getting. Rather than continuously pointing accusing fingers at the leadership, we should assume the leadership of our own communities and exemplify with the optimal harnessing of our economic potentials. Entrepreneurship education a veritable tool for the acquisition of 21st-century skills is undoubtedly the preferred means for enhancing economic growth and national development.


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