SAS foundation tasks youth on entrepreneurship, nation building

By Toyin Olasinde   |   10 November 2015   |   3:37 am  
Participants at the Sarah Adebisi Sosan (SAS) Foundation entrepreneurship workshop in Lagos.

Participants at the Sarah Adebisi Sosan (SAS) Foundation entrepreneurship workshop in Lagos.

THE Sarah Adebisi Sosan (SAS) Foundation has implored Nigerian youths to imbibe the culture of entrepreneurship, while facing their career of choice.

Besides, the youths have also been asked to play major roles in the development of the country.
Speaking as a facilitator at the two-day programme, Mrs. Aderonke Akinwole, advised the youths to realize the potential in them and to make judicious use of every moment they have to make positive changes.

Akinwole listed three key components critical to a desirable future, which are pray, plan and practice, stressing that the youths should look up, look within and look around.

Facilitating on business development strategies, Ojo Bamiteko, said most people fail in business because they did not conduct proper feasibility study, which according to him, has become extremely critical for any business to succeed.
According to him, it is critical for businesses to have maintenance of sales records and ensure thrift in its dealings.

Bamiteko challenged participants, especially the business owners to be competitive in their domains, by leveraging the opportunity provided by technology.

According to a statement, participants, who were in their hundreds were also tasked on the need to have good health, as ‘health is wealth’
According to Dr. Bukola Bukoye, while offering medical check up of all the participants present, stressed, “health awareness plays a vital role on day to day activity in the business domains.”



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