- A Nigerian man based in New York has reacted to the popular Nigerian saying that schooling is a scam
- While giving his opinion on the issue, the man named Stanley said he had even been told by his mentors how going to school is a waste of time
- A lady currently schooling in Germany however thinks the location of the school is what makes the huge difference
A Nigerian man who lives abroad has stated that knowing the motive of acquiring education should first be answered before one thinks of going to school.
The man named Stanley Ebigbo made this statement in an exclusive chat with Legit.ng. While responding to the topic of whether or not school is a scam, the New York-based man argued from the standpoint of his experience in the US.
He said over there, people get employed according to their skillset and not necessarily what they read in school.
He made reference to some of his friends who only know IT but earn comfortable salaries. Stanley also revealed that though he had been told by a few of his mentors that school is a scam, he opined that persons going to school should do so with an entrepreneurial mindset.
Bella says schooling abroad broadened her horizon
For Frau Bella, schooling abroad opened her understanding. The lady who is currently studying in Germany said she came to the realization that all she read in Nigeria served no use to her.
Bella said over there, education is given a practical approach fused with theory.
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Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a young barber, Kufre Nnah, who went to Lagos and started his business has made it in life. With over 70 people working for him, the man now has his salon in four different locations.
In a YouTube interview by Steven Ndukwu, the young man who now serves a big pool of VIP clients said that he has flown in private jets many times to give stars like 2 Face, Wizkid, Timaya, and Davido haircuts.
Meet young Nigerian man who flies private jet to give haircuts to celebs like Davido and Wizkid
A six-figure empire in six years
The owner of Kayzplace Barbershop said he came to Lagos with the dream to become the number one luxury barber in Africa.
In six years, he was able to scale his business into an eight-figure
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