High paying jobs in Nigeria
A man, Henry Mamulu, has taken a big risk on himself and started a company after years of looking for jobs despite having two degrees in accounting and finance.
A lady has rejected an offer to work on the island for N190,000 salary because of her deep fear for water. Many people believe she is not in need of employment.
Nze Arinze Chukwu picks used nylon on the streets to rewash and sell to companies who have needs for them. He takes care of his six children from the proceeds.
Sikiru Adeyemi is a smart 14-year-old JSS1 student of Jibowu High School in Lagos. He designed a beautiful house making use of waste items. It costed N5,000.
You’d be hard-pressed to find many people who have more passion for shaping the future of media and advertising in Nigeria than Mr Bankole, CEO, SBI Media Group
A latest ranking by the CEO WORLD has revealed the top five countries to start a career in 2020. Among the countries, the United Kingdom topped the other four.