The number of unemployed graduate in the country is increasing day-in day-out with the government doing nothing about it. A lot of Presidential Candidates from different Political parties came to promise us heaven and earth, that they will provide jobs and solve unemployment problems in the country during their campaign time, but none of these promises has seen the light of the day.
I will like to suggest to the government to as a way of solving these challenges set up a committee to overlook and establish the unemployed graduates for the betterment of their future.
It's said that "education is the key to success", but only to realize that the government have changed the padlock after getting the keys.
There are a lot of graduate nurses, Accountants, Surveyors, Engineers, Marketers, Bankers and lot more out there looking for jobs but there are no jobs to offer.
If the government cannot provide job avenues for them, then they should be given some money in the form of loans or grants for them to establish themselves and pay back later.
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