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YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT AND IMPLICATIONS FOR STABILITY OF DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA

@inproceedings{Okafor2011YOUTHUA,
  title={YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT AND IMPLICATIONS FOR STABILITY OF DEMOCRACY IN NIGERIA},
  author={Emeka Emmanuel Okafor},
  year={2011}
}
Democracy as a system of government has been restored in Nigeria for over a decade now, and for it to be stabilized and entrenched, all the stakeholders must be involved. Youths represent a very important stakeholder in any society. They are not only the future of Nigeria, but also a major stakeholder and useful resource in the nation building. For the youths to become useful resource in the Nigerian project, they must be gainful employed. However, available data show that youth unemployment is… 
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