Group advocates entrepreneurship development to check migration | The Guardian Nigeria News



In order to check the rising rate of migration, especially among youths, stakeholders at the NALT International Club have urged the government to create a conducive environment to nurture entrepreneurs and grow small businesses.

Vice President Corporate Communications and CSR, Airtel Nigeria, Emeka Opara, while making a presentation titled “Between Migration and Entrepreneurship: Youth Challenges and Opportunities in Nigeria”, at the biennial Harris Convention of the NALT International Club analysed the current upsurge and crave for migration by the Nigerian Youths while highlighting a five-point agenda as a guide to strengthening entrepreneurship in Nigeria.

He opined that Nigerian youths should not have the belief that grass is always greener outside the shores of the country and expounded a five-point agenda for entrepreneurs to include, knowing the business one wants to embark on, the market and its dynamics, having a proper record of transactions for…

Source: Guardian Newspaper