In a nation known for its youthful population, Nigeria’s youth are increasingly taking matters into their own hands when it comes to job creation.
With a high unemployment rate and limited formal job opportunities, young Nigerians are turning to entrepreneurship and innovation to create their own paths to success while also addressing the issue of unemployment.
This shift toward self-employment and job creation among Nigeria’s youth is not only a testament to their resilience but also a beacon of hope for the nation’s economic future.This article explores the inspiring initiatives and success stories of One of Nigeria’s finest fashion entrepreneur and designer, Owadasa olanrewaju Ezekiel in an interview recently said that beyond fashion, his brand, Owas impressive outfit is deeply committed to inspiring the youths to be self employed to ignite economic growth.
Nigeria, like many other countries, faces a persistent issue of youth unemployment.
The growing number of young job seekers, coupled with limited opportunities in the formal job market, has resulted in a substantial percentage of Nigeria’s youth being underutilized.
However, instead of succumbing to the bleak employment statistics, Owadasa olanrewaju have chosen to be the architects of his own future which translated into the formal birthing of Owas impressive outfit in January, 2018.
Owadasa olanrewaju a graduate of marketing at Rufus Giwa Polytechnic Owo, Ondo state Nigeria.
Been a trained marketer he was able to strive in his fashion business with many strategies which has helped him to manage his customers across the globe. Owas impressive outfit indeed making a significant impact by creating employment opportunities through fashion design, employing tailors, designers, and support staff.
This not only contributes to the growth of the fashion industry but also helps address unemployment challenges in the country. It’s a great example of how creativity and entrepreneurship can drive economic growth and job creation for our youths.
Creating employment as a young entrepreneur in Nigeria is not without challenges. These include access to capital, infrastructure limitations, and regulatory hurdles.
However, these challenges have not deterred Owadasa olanrewaju, he said he viewed obstacles as opportunities to learn, adapt, and innovate. The spirit of entrepreneurship in the creative director of Owas impressive outfit offers hope and inspiration for the youths.
As the government and private sector continue to support and invest in these young talents, Nigeria’s youth-led employment revolution is poised to make a lasting impact on the nation’s future.