Young Nigerian First Class Graduate Proffers Solutions To His Country's Numerous Problems In New Book

Top Quote Dada Olayemi, one of the many Nigerian youths inspiring change in his immediate community has written a book published by Omojojolo books another start up set up by another fearless Nigerian youth. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) March 08, 2017 - For more than a decade, the Nigerian people have had to grapple with the bad leadership and poor infrastructural facilities, leading to youth unemployment, low life expectancy, economic recession and insecurity of lives and property.

    Nigeria, a country with more than one hundred and seventy million people, led by an acting President Yemi Osinbajo and an old ailing President Muhammadu Buhari, for several months now have been battling with one of its worst economic recessions. Several states owe salaries of six months and above, and the rate of dollar to naira has been on the upsurge, until of recent that the foreign currency experienced a decline.

    With all these numerous and seemingly overwhelming challenges, Nigerian youths are on the rise. The past year, the Chief Executive Officer of Facebook, Mark Zukerberg, visited the country for the first time. His first point of call according to the Nigerian news media was the Lagos based tech hub, CC Tech hub, where a group of young Nigerian geeks maintain business spaces. The visit was not only an inspiring one for many youths, but also a confirmation of their inventiveness.

    Nigerian youths have in this present decade established several businesses to proffer solutions to the country's problems. From the likes of Jason Njoku who created a platform for the Nollywood lovers and several others like Okechukwu Ofili of Okadabooks, Isabella Akinseye of Yellow Tamarind Productions, Ife Solomon of Peppered Rice and Mark Essien of

    Dada, a first class graduate of the Seven Day Adventist Church owned Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State, has out of the many fearless young people in his community dedicated his years to researching and proffering solutions in his first book, Enchained Eagle.

    Divided into nine chapters, Olayemi dissected the numerous problems of the country and proffered realistic solutions to each and every one of them. He enjoined Africa, the mother of Nigeria to embrace unity in her diversity and propelled more of her youths to rise to its teeming challenges. The Enchained Eagle by Dada Olayemi is available on Amazon Kindle and Okada books.

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