Nigerian youth are tasked with leveraging technology as it has the potential to reduce unemployment in the country.
Audit expert Tajudeen Audu, CEO of Taju Audu & Co Firm, called in Abuja Nigeria at the unveiling of TAC House, which houses the training institution commissioned by Nigeria’s Minister of Finance, Budget and Planning. rice field.
Audu argued that Nigerian youth need to develop digital and other entrepreneurial skills to fill the country’s unemployment gap.
According to Audu, technology can empower Nigeria’s youth and significantly reduce unemployment.
Audu said it can be achieved through capacity building in entrepreneurship, job creation and vocational development provided by the institute.
“We at TAC House do both academic and non-academic.
As such, they are also given the opportunity to undergo these trainings, complementing their entrepreneurial skills for running a business. That means apart from the courses we run in things like Financial Entrepreneurship Management, Communication Skills, and Oil and Gas Accounting.I am also focusing on improving my skills,” He said.
The CEO also said the agency is creating a sustainable fintech hub to tackle unemployment and reduce the financial gap through innovative solutions.
“It also encourages young people in particular to enter fintech. There are many opportunities there. There is also a space designated to act as an incubator he hub for generating new FinTech ideas and developments, and it is economically friendly, so people can afford it. “Mr. Audu was convinced.
He said the TAC Institute supports individuals with the right tools, skills and resources to build businesses and increase employability and productivity.
“It also provides people with the opportunity to receive training in some trainings and complements them with entrepreneurship skills for running a business. works. That’s basically the vision and that’s why we’re here today. “
Mr. Audu encouraged Nigerian youth to develop their skills rather than white-collar jobs. Encourage young people to do that, especially since it’s very difficult to get a full job right now. Young people should acquire skills and follow the path of self-development rather than looking for civil servants.I want young people to do their best Honesty and Competence.
Dr. Orji Ogbonnaya Orji, Executive Director of the Nigerian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI), urged Nigerian companies to adopt the principles of integrity and competence in the handling and delivery of their business and projects.
He also commended the company for demonstrating a high level of competence and integrity in handling four audit cycles (2013, 2014, 2020 and 2021) of the Nigerian oil and gas industry. gas sector.
He said: “We needed to create a space that would make it easier for local businesses to participate. Every step of the way, this company grew strong and became the best.
According to Dr. Oriji, some of our international partners didn’t believe this job could be done domestically. “They are currently handling our projects and their competence and integrity have worked so well that we have re-engaged them.
“I hope that indigenous forms will muster up the courage to learn to deliver projects with integrity and competence. .” he emphasized.
Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister, Mr. Mohammed Musa Bello, headed by Lukman Dabari, praised the company’s efforts to add economic value to the country’s capital and urged properties and business owners to install functional CCTV cameras and security facilities to quell national unrest.
FCT Minister of State Dr Ramatu Tijjani Aliyu said: Training institutes serve as a vehicle to foster job creation, unlock potential, discover wealth in the financial sector and solve complex financial sector challenges.