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Young Entrepreneurs Advocate Addition Of Entrepreneurship Courses In Curriculum

Two young Nigerian entrepreneurs have stressed the need for Entrepreneurship courses to be added in the curriculum of studies in Nigeria from secondary school level.

On a Channels Television’s programme, ‘Rubbin’ Minds’, on Sunday, Mojisola Somolu of 'Mo Make Overs' and Adetunji Ife-Adebiyi of Tunji Robes were of the opinion that an addition of such courses would help change the orientation of young Nigerians and would enable them get the necessary knowledge about how to start their personal businesses.

Somolu, a Make-Up Artiste, said that the knowledge she got in extra-curricular activities...


Published By: Channels TV - Monday, 14 April, 2014

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