No doubts, Nigeria has so many great people, even yet to be discovered. While the situation in the country might seems not too palatable, however, the people of the country, especially the youths, are undoubtedly making giant strides in different sectors of the country.
While many are coming up with solutions in the tech world, others are launching start-up businesses that are capable of turning the fortunes of the country around for good, with many others acquiring digital skills, that needed in the world of today.
In a related development, Joshua Bamiloye, the son of the reknown Gospel drama minister, Mike Bamiloye, has got stunned many Nigerians with his graphic skills, after some of his graphics works was sighted in the social media.
In a series of photoshopped pictures, which obviously shows high depth professionalism, Joshua, manourvered many pictures to the excitement of many.
With the high rate of unemployment in the country, do you think it's high time Nigerian youths, go a step further by acquiring relevant digital skills, in order to meet up with the direction of things nowadays ?
Kindly share your insights on this.
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