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Since 1990 till date, the bane of the nigeria youths is unemployment. the consequences which now result in thuggery, social vices and declining intellectualism.
Gone where those days when youths determine their career while at school. these days they are preoccupied with what lives they would live after school. This apparent uncertainty has made some to seek for national [NYSC] service deployment to perceived lucrative sectors like BANKS,OIL INDUSTRIES,and TELECOMMUNICATION INDUSTRIES. This is to enable them accumulate some level of wealth that will sustain them long after graduation to  face the obvious challenge of unemployment.
we all need to take urgent measures to direct thier mindset and to reattune their minds inward. The company recognizes that there are basic requirement  that would be beneficiaries of the incentives offered by government  and private sector, we have draghted out channels to meet in order to access these inducements.

The company’s primary role is to bridge this gap and  specifically to educate and prepare this business men & women on the  ways to access this funds.  

The company recognizes the challenges in the market  place can be out of the control of business operation, so the  focus of the company will be to address the element that are within  the business control. Some of the elements identified are: 
i.              Packing of finished products 
ii.             Product quality 
iii.            Marketing and promotion plan 
iv.            Promoters Mindset/Psychological issues 
vi.            General Management of the Business.
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STRATEGIES IN OUR TRAINING SCHOOL 
The company will delivers lectures with practical demonstration on how to produce. 
•         Household products e.g. soap, cream, insecticide etc 
•         How to set up your own business in cookery .e.g. pastries Hotel management etc. 
Funding. Lack of adequate credit for SME (business) traceable to the reluctance of banks to external credit to the owning.