My Business & I: There are thousands of opportunities in Nigeria for anyone who can think and explore – Zainab Winjobi-Arikewuyo

In reality, business has been in my blood since childhood; perhaps I inherited it from my mother. I recall assisting my mother in some of the businesses she started while also working as a teacher. Sometimes, I deliberately begged her to let me hawk with some girls that were selling stuff for us. I also loved to stay in her mini provision shop and make sure I keep records of daily sales. I was around 10 years old at the time. Fast forward to my adulthood, I realized that I love to multitask and troubleshoot a lot of things. I want to be a lecturer and an entrepreneur. I’m glad that I am pursuing the two paths simultaneously and to the glory of God it has been working for me even though it hasn’t been that easy 

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FUO Students’ Entrepreneurship Group Launches Knowledge Preservation System.

As part of the practical in understanding software flow and real-life programming experience, the web programming entrepreneurship group at Fountain University, Osogbo, led by Messrs Akinlabi Abdulkabeer and Ganiyu Mubarak of the university ICT unit, has launched its knowledge preservation system for the university. The idea, which had the approval of the University Librarian, Dr. Wasiu Lawal, was developed to archive past and subsequent academic projects carried out in different departments of the university.

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How Small Businesses in Nigeria’s University Cities are Faring? Insights from Students and Business Owners

In a quest to promoting the development of entrepreneurship and small businesses in Nigeria, government in 2006 approved the total commitment of higher institutions in providing entrepreneurship education to Nigerian students by making entrepreneurship a compulsory course for all students irrespective of their disciplines. The introduction of this course has exposed lots of students to getting involved in some diverse areas of small businesses.

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