Entrepreneurship Education Will Make Students Job Creators

Nigeria can tackle unemployment in the country by introducing entrepreneurship education to students at all levels

Introducing entrepreneurship education in the curriculum, from primary to tertiary levels, will help address the challenges of unemployment in Nigeria, says a Kano based entrepreneur.

Malam Musa Aliyu, the Chief Executive Officer of Husna Nigeria Limited,  said  entrepreneurship education would make the students job creators even while they are students.

Aliyu was speaking at the close of a summer programme at Karuma Primary School Ilorin, Kwara State.

Ne noted that the country's economy would be impacted if students are encouraged to become entrepreneurs.

Student Pulse gathered that the summer programme was organised by Balogun Gambari Youth Development Association.


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