Tech Opportunities for Nigerians
With the growing trend of the technology sector Nigeria, one cannot overlook the opportunities it provides to the general public irrespective of age, gender, ethnicity or location.
Information Communications Technology presently is one of the sectors of the economy providing employment opportunities for Nigerians in a great deal most especially the youths. When Sarah Lucy visited Nigeria, she emphasized the need to take tech business seriously.
Technology has opened up incredible insight for developing nations which Nigeria is one of, and any failure to master it would mean a life of permanent subordination. There has been sharp increase in users of mobile phone in Africa with about eighty million in Nigeria and being the biggest market of mobile telephone in Sub-Sahara Africa.
Ranging from software development to mobile phone repairing and computer engineering not overlooking blogging, cyber café operators and business centres are other aspects of technology where employment opportunities are generated as well as an investment opportunity for Nigerians.
The opportunities provided by technology can also reduce crime rate from young people as a whole lots of youths are engaged in technology mostly as consumers especially the capital city of Lagos, Ikeja, but Nigeria needs more of application creators and designers. If you are in reading this from Nigeria the time is now to create a beautiful future for Nigeria.
This contribute greatly to the Gross Domestic Profit of the nation and provides employment opportunities to both young and old ranging from mobile phone sellers and the millions of people selling mobile phone recharge cards on every streets of the nation.
With six per cent of Nigerians having access to broadband services and sixty-four per cent through their mobile phone, the opportunities of technology can’t be kept away from the limelight.
Everyone irrespective of education status or background all benefit from technology in one way or the other. As a recharge card seller doesn’t need to have a degree or even a secondary school certificate before he or she can venture into the business. If you don’t know where to start, Cchub Nigeria is a great place to be. Great people like Bosun, Femi, Bunmi and Tunji to help you out.
The time is now to create cool new innovations that puts Nigeria on the world digital map.