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Last week, the federal government came up with yet another scheme to improve the lives of the teeming unemployed youths in the country. This time, it is a job fellowship programme for 20,000 post-National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) graduates annually.
The initiative, called Nigeria Jubilee Fellow Programme (NJFP) which will be implemented in collaboration with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), seeks to link up talented graduates with job opportunities that utilize their expertise while training them to acquire practical knowledge and relevant skills through mentorship in various industries around the country. In this editorial, Daily Trust says the programme must be well implemented.