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Temitayo Olufuwa

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Temitayo Olufuwa is a graduate of N.I.I.T. where he focused on computer science and software. Growing up, he faced a lot of adversity and it was that adversity that propelled him to want to use his computer skills to help the people of Nigeria, as he got older.

Thus, Jobs in Nigeria was born in 2012. Jobs in Nigeria is a web-based system that allows users to effortlessly search, find, and apply for new jobs at the click of the mouse or even on the mobile devices. Jobs in Nigeria is quite young, yet its impact on the Nigerian community is growing substantially by providing jobs, thus far, to over 200 Nigerians. This app and website alleviate issues that arise from high frictional unemployment in countries like Nigeria and the potential impact of such an app is great.

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