Misan Rewane, the Director of Lagos-based organisation, West Africa Vocational Education (WAVE), joins this week’s episode.
We reflect on higher education in Nigeria and explore the merits of ‘vocational education’ as a tool for unemployed youths to gain skills and improve their access to steady employment.
We also get some student opinions on whether a vocational or academic education is more relevant for African youths today.
Read about Misan’s work by visiting the links below:
- University degrees are not the answer for Africa’s unemployed youth
- Be like Misan Rewane and Move Back to Nigeria to Positively Impact the Lives of Others
- In Nigeria, university degrees can lead to poverty