This is good news by the house of Senate, concerning the level of unemployment rate in Nigeria. over years now Nigeria youths have been facing a lot of challenges of unemployment in the country.this are many issues that led to the high rate of unemployment in the country, the major problem is age limit, the age has become a lot of issues now in the country.
Most Nigerians graduates can not apply for a job because of their age. the most job now in Nigeria has a lot of age limit that is why most graduates can't apply if the federal government should solve this issue, anyone who applies for a job will have rest of mind.that is why u see some graduates will suffer over a year because of Age, in which the end, they won't be able to apply for certain jobs.
Yesterday, being 15 July 2020 the Senate has urged Nigeria president, of the federal republic of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari to look into the Issues of unemployment in the country to enable Nigeria to move forward, presently many jobs seekers establish it hard to apply for a job because of age limits, which is the major problem that led to the high rate of unemployed Nigerians
It was also noted that one of the major reasons is the high rate of crimes or its equivalent in the country was due to age limits and also unavailability of jobs in the country as many Nigerians found it very difficult to apply for jobs due to age limits.
Therefore, the Senate is asking for the removal of age limit by recruitment agencies and ministers so that many graduates will have the opportunity to be employed into some positions
It was a viewpoint of order raised by Senator Ibrahim, Gobir (APC Sokoto) at plenary which was tagged as "Urgent need to reconsider age barriers for job seekers during recruitment and employment exercise.
It is a good development that the Senate has urged the federal government to look into the limit of age barriers of graduates
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