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14 Nov 2015

See The Major Reasons Behind Nigerian Graduates Not Being Employable

  1. Lack of employability skills (Mr. Kenedy Brake, Formal kokodiagbene Youth leader and director, Brakin resources, (Source: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/09/99-todays-graduates-employable/ , sept 2014)

  2. Failure of school curriculum to place emphasis on practical concepts of entreprenuership/ Too much emphasis on theoretical education than entreprenuership exposure (Prof. Peter Okebukola, Formal ambassador to belgium and Botswana, (Source: , April 30, 2014)

  3. The quality and focus of training offered by the universities were not in tune with the needs of society(Prof. Julius Okojie, NUC executive secretary, (Source:

  4. Most of the programmes run in the universities are irrelevant (Prof. Sola Fajana, V.C Ayo babalola University, (Source: Daily independent, October 2, 2013)

  5. Employers stating job experiences for fresh graduates (Jessica Akano, Dohemy Service, Source: Rubbin minds, Channels television, ( Source : http://www.channelstv.com/2014/03/30/nigerian-graduates-are-employable-hr-consultant/)

  6. The university lecturers are not retrained i.e They fail to update themselves, so they cannot impact new knowledge (Prof. Mosto Onuoho, Formal technology adviser to shell petroleum Development company (SPDC)
    (Source:

  7. Lack of basic mental, social practical and developmental skills to function effectively at assigned jobs(Mrs. Alfred, 62 convocation of the university of ibadan, (Source: P.M Nigeria, Nov 22, 2010)

  8. Many Nigerian Youth do not get employment because they do not know how to seek for it. (The Association of chartered certified Accountant (ACCA), thu 6th March, 2014 (Source: hotNigeriajobs.com)

  9. The quality of education in Nigeria is low (Prof. Oye ibidapo obe, VC federal university Ndufu-Alike (FUNAI))

  10. Most curricula used in the university system today are outdated and no longer in tune with current realities (Abiola Solanke,
    (Source: http://www.dailypost.ng/2014/04/21/abiola-solanke-nigerias-educational-system-unemployable-graduates/ Daily post, April 21, 2014)

  11. Lots of Nigerian graduate are unskilled and there is an urgent need for tertiary education to be equiped with more skills (Jo Beall, Education and society, British council,
    (Source:http://www.businessdayonline.com/2014/10/stakeholders-advocate-graduates-employability-skills-upgrade/ Business day, October 21th, 2014)

  12. Lack of digital skills and digital creativity (The Nigerian computer society(NCS)
    (Source: http://www.ncs.org.ng Dec 1, 2014)

  13. No examiners, supervisors, lecturers were able to detect their low IQ, intelligence when in school (Source: http://www.thepointernewsonline.com/?p=20903)

So True.

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