Against unemployment in Nigeria, the Learning Horizon platform

Boubacar Diallo

Nigerian entrepreneur Adebayo Oyewole founded the start-up EdTech Learning with the aim of providing young people with training that meets demand on the job market, using the Learning Horizon platform as their main tool. For him, the training sector is full of opportunities in West Africa, and in Nigeria where more than 60% of the population is under 24 years old.

“We have a youth of 20 million unemployed people in Nigeria today and we obviously want to reduce that number. The training program in question brings together the development of the work force, the ability to be ready to work (work readyness), English, entrepreneurship; these are the courses that we will offer on our 100% online platform, ”explains the young entrepreneur who started his career working for multinationals in the United States to Start-upbrics.com.

Accompanied for almost a year by the African Leadership Network incubator, Oyewole is in contact with several investors and business angels around the world. Relations that he intends to exploit in order to grow his start-up and contribute more to full employment in his country.

Source: ecceafrica

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