As the number of unemployment continues to to skyrocket in Nigeria and the chances of the Youths getting into political office to make the needed change drifts further and further more, founder of Soul Ties, Sola Adio kno popularly known as Uncle Sola has advised the youths on what to do.
The number increased annually, and in 2020, the number climbed to 23.2 million Nigerians are unemployed.
This week, it was reported that Nigeria now has the highest percentage of the population without access to electricity globally, overtaking another African country, Democratic Republic of Congo, according reports by the World Bank.
In a virtual engagement with reporters in Abuja on the Power Sector Recovery Programme (PSRP), the bank officials said 25 per cent of Nigeria’s population do not have access to electricity supply.
This are few of some of unpalatable reports about Nigeria situation and it's driving Nigerian Youths out of the country in droves.
Mr Adio wrote about one of his mentes who just relocated to the UK, "my babygirl who’s a nurse just arrived UK from Nigeria. You needed to see how I was screaming in excitement over the phone.
" I asked her to compare NHS to where she was coming from in Nigeria. A different world. I saw her credit alert. Get out of that country if you can, NOW.
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