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‘The so-called system has failed’

Mohammed is in the same league with a cast of many as hundreds of barbing salons are run by young men whose ages range from…

Mohammed is in the same league with a cast of many as hundreds of barbing salons are run by young men whose ages range from 25 to 35, sometimes employing their peers.

Mohammed then decided to take destiny into his own hands, and borrowed N85,550 from his friend who is a banker, to open Mabco Salon. “I have been in business for about two years and have profited much more than those jobs gave me in the five years I have worked them. At the rate I am growing, if in the next five years I don’t have a white-collar job, my haircut business would have expanded and birthed more businesses.”

He asked Weekly Trust emphatically: “What else can one do when the so-called system has failed?”