Pelican Valley trains Ogun corps members on entrepreneurship

Bisola David
Bisola David
Pelican Valley trains Ogun corps members on entrepreneurship

Chief executive officer of Pelican Valley, Babatunde Adeyemo, has counselled National Youth Service Corps participants in Ogun State to begin thinking about starting their own business instead of making the same mistake he did years ago by looking for white-collar jobs.

The PUNCH stated that, Adeyemo informed the corps members that he wasted the money he earned in Niger State during his service year on job seeking.

The state coordinator for the Organization of Peoples Voice, Mr. Idris Abu, led the corps members who were paying a courtesy call at the Adeyemo.

The realtor also encouraged his guests to think about becoming entrepreneurs in the real estate industry and to use their connections both domestically and internationally to market real estate products and earn incentives for their work.

He emphasized that “the firm has now become a household name with a huge property portfolio without stealing from anyone, without litigation, and without indebtedness to any bank, recalling how he launched his real estate business more than 14 years ago with barely N2 million.”

Adeyemo voiced his opinion “that any young Nigerian would flourish in the nation without taking short cuts if he could start small and succeed in the commercial environment in Nigeria many years later.”

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