Wednesday, 25 January 2017

THE BUSINESS IN YOU DAILY: The Diary of a Job Creator

Dear IYB readers, good morning and welcome to the business in you daily! So sorry for not serving you, your usual hot delicacies for a few days now. As expected in the New Year, I have been overwhelmed with a number of strategic partnership and intervention meetings with various youth groups and organizations, who are desirous of embracing my self-employment and entrepreneurship message.

Recently, I met with four different groups, representing young people who have expressed great interests to be nurtured by yours youthscarely! Therefore, on the Business in You Daily for today, I will be sharing my experiences with one of these groups.

As usual, after my morning routine in the State Government House, where I also met with many of my fans and partners, I settled down in my office for business. My first meeting today was with the group called “Campus Movement” founded by Ms. Chisom Ifeakandu, a fresh graduate of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri. The Movement according to her is a platform she founded to help discover hidden talents in African music, drama, poetry, fashion, culture, etc among Nigerian university students.

One interesting thing I observed about her is that she fully represents her project, which is called “The African Way”. Do you know that as pretty as she is, Chisom’s hair is just plaited with thread as is common among women in the rural areas? When I enquired about her hairstyle, she laughed it off and said that she and her team do their best to represent the African culture. What an amazing way to show you are proud of your country and continent?

Also inspiring is her drive to pursue her passion in Theater and Entertainment after a 5-year course in Financial Management at the Federal University of Technology. That corroborated with my opinions about pursuing your passion above your profession. The satisfaction you get when you pursue your passion is immeasurable. I am a living witness, having left my profession as an Industrial Biochemist to become a Development Activist and Business Coach. I feel fulfilled everyday; reaching out and putting smiles on the faces of others! 

Yours youthscarely has agreed to endorse the project and partner with the Campus Movement in the organization of the forthcoming Owerri Event, scheduled to hold on February 24, 2017 at the Imo Youth Center. I know, you can’t wait to be part of “The African Way”. To know more, please, visit their page at or call Chisom Ifeakandu on 08166044568. 

So, what more can I say? We are ready for you this year, grab the opportunity to partner with us and empower your people. Capacity building and knowledge sharing is the best gift you can ever give your friends, relations and people. Call me now on 0803 870 2075 or sign up at to participate in the Youth Cooperative and Enterprise Academy.

Many thanks for your time, do enjoy your day! 

I remain, youthscarely yours,

Remy Chukwunyere


Disclaimer: Comment expressed do not reflect the opinion of Isaac Yoma