- Comedian AY recently took to social media to share his thoughts on unemployment in Nigeria
- According to him, the laziness of most Nigerian youths is caused by unemployment
- The comedian turned actor described it as heartbreaking to earn a good degree and find no job in a system that doesn't work
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Unemployment is no doubt a major problem in Nigeria and despite the increase in entrepreneurship, there are still millions of unemployed people hoping for a better future.
Nigerian comedian turned actor Ayo Makun popularly known as AY, recently weighed in on this issue, explaining why he thinks most Nigerian youths are lazy.
According to him, this laziness is caused by what he described as the 'tragedy of unemployment'. AY stated that it is sad for one to earn a good degree and yet, find nothing to do.
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He tweeted: "The laziness of most Nigerian youth is caused by the tragedy of unemployment. Nothing is more heartbreaking than graduating with a good degree with no job to do or finding yourself in a system of governance that doesn't work. Your situation sometimes determines your priorities."
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The post which has since gone viral drew quite some reactions. See some comments below:
ednoosir: "Still doesn’t give u the excuse or reason to be!! U still gotta have that inner fire and desire to put urself in a better position in life! Even if it means working for free to acquire that skill!"
st.sqoud_collections: "Lies...I started planning my business from school cos I no job no dey."
andromagik: "There’s actually no direct relationship between laziness and unemployment in the context mentioned, except you mean youths are unemployed because they are lazy. In all fairness, we can’t always blame all misfortunes on the government. Majority of the youths want easy ways out. I must say, I blame social media for it most times. Unholy comparison if you may. We can’t overemphasize this issue."
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the_oluwapelumi_glasses: "Beni oo tho some people won’t still work if there’s employment everywhere."
zvynbaker: "Bros, even USA, China and England get lazy youths who do nothing. Thugs are our area Boys... No vex, but most Nigerian youths are plain lazy. Na excuses, faking it and living in denial full their head. Abegi... make I go watch how Kiddwaya wan waya Nengi soon o jare."
duchess_faith_: "Think outside the box ... Education is not success it only gives knowledge."
Meanwhile, talented Nollywood actress, Belinda Effah, expressed hurt over the attitude of Nigerians.
The screen diva said it hurts her to see how Nigerians have misplaced priorities.
Taking to her Instagram page, she stated that Nigerians respond better when treated like animals. According to her, things won’t change until people have their interests in the right place.
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