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Students body tasks members on self-employment


The leadership of students’ religious body at the University of Benin and University of BeninTeaching Hospital, Christ Ambassadors Students Outreach (CASOR) has tasked its members to look out for self-employment ventures after school.

This, they said was necessary rather than hoping for white collar jobs after graduation, which was no longer fashionable.President of the group, Miss Victory Mercy, stated this at the weekend at the 2018 alumni conference of the association.
She said that the event was put together to provide opportunities for members to be abreast in new business ideas with the use of technology and other modern techniques.
Earlier, an ambassador of CASOR, Dr. Christopher Imumoler called on governments at all levels to create enabling environment for young Nigerians through their policies and progranmmes for small scale business for economy stability in Nigeria.
Delivering a lecture on the 2018 Alumni conference theme; “While it is day” from the book of John 9: 4 meaning “make hay while the sun shine”, he said government has a major role to play in the society to create and encourage small scale business to have access to loan facilities that would promote good business.
Imumolar, said Nigerian is a country open for so many ideas and “with thinking and good proposal anyone can make it” adding that young people should not only depend on school certificate but that they can develop themselves in the business world and become what God said they will become.
He said that even Nigerian youth should think positively as nothing was impossible with creativity and ideas and that every positive idea of business would sharpen their future as leaders of tomorrow.

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