Nigeria is grappling with a growing jobs crisis, with national unemployment at 14 per cent ... with over 8 million of the 11 million unemployed in the third quarter of 2016 aged 15 to 34. If the youth of Nigeria are to have any chance of prosperity in.
Abuja, Nigeria, Mar 16, 2017 / 12:04 am (CNA/EWTN News ... and lamented that many recent graduates are unable to find jobs, making them more likely to end up on the streets or to be recruited or trafficked by extremist groups. “Today, we are losing.
It will create a minimum of 400,000 jobs." The Minister explained that pencils use raw materials that Nigeria possesses in abundance, such as wood, graphite, and rubber. All pencils are currently imported, which has become prohibitively expensive as the.
In developed countries of the world, children and teenagers are trained on how to do coding and develop apps and all these put together, will definitely create jobs in the long run. Nigeria has the ... infrastructure in Abuja is next to none, but we.
From 2014 till date, over 4,000 workers in the steel sector have lost their jobs, and many companies have closed down due to economic hardship in the sector. At the Steel and Engineering Workers’ Union of Nigeria (SEWUN) 2016 Annual Industrial Relations.
At -0.52 per cent (year-on-year), contraction of the Gross Domestic Product in Q1 2017 was better than the 0.67 per cent recorded in Q4 2016 and better than ... corruption and create very few jobs. It cannot sit in Abuja and run micro credit schemes.
China has pledged increased investments in Nigeria and ... between 2013 and 2016, Chinese companies invested about $560bn overseas, paid over $100bn of various kinds of taxes to the host countries, and created millions of jobs for the local communities.
Nigeria’s struggle to create jobs is getting worse. New data published by Nigeria’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) pegs the unemployment rate ... reduced daily flights to Lagos and Abuja and earlier, in May 2016, United Airlines shut down its.
ABUJA – THE Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Mr Godwin Emefiele ... some of those who particularly need this foreign exchange to produce goods and create jobs.” Emefiele said that external factors such as the global commodity price shock.
A transcript of the presentation was released yesterday in Abuja ... and Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) held a meeting with the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, in a renewed effort to protect the jobs of their members in.