According to credible reports, Nigerian graduates are now making an involuntary career change as a result of the country’s persistent unemployment problem.
One of the stories depicts the plight of a young Nigerian woman who switched careers from medicine to shoemaking on the spur of the moment.
The medical doctor turned shoemaker studied medicine in school but decided to pursue an alternative career path due to the challenges of unemployment.
The lady in question described herself as a medical shoemaker and shared a video-reel of when she graduated from university and what she does now.
The video elicited mixed reactions online, with some urging the government to create a conducive environment for young people to thrive.
@Verona Des: “I am scared, this is my story.”
@Rela Bed: “Nigeria no get joy at all. I pray she gets a job because this is frustrating.”