In many parts of the world, youth unemployment has remained a formidable challenge for nations to contend with. It affects national economies, communities, and individuals alike. Unemployment in the early lives of the youth may permanently impair their future employability, as patterns of behaviour and attitudes established at an early stage tend to persist later in life (ILO，2001. Various scholars, development partners, and individuals have raised different concerns about the youth unemployment challenge.
Nnadozie (2018) established that the youth unemployment challenge in Africa was a bomb ready to explode. His advice to African countries was to invest in private sector businesses to support youth in developing and enhancing their socio-economic transformation to detonate the unemployment bomb. Business enterprises have the power to expose young people, the youth and the Millenials with employability skills. Without employability skills, the youth cannot enter the world of work to harness their employment and wealth creation potentials
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