By Salisu Sani-Idris
The National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Dubli Shopping Mall to create employment opportunities for unemployed graduates in the country.
The President of the Council, Malam Murtala Garba, who signed the MoU in Abuja, expressed optimism that the partnership would provide employment opportunities to unemployed graduate in the country.
Dubli Shopping Mall is one of the world leading online shopping centres with branches in Europe, U.S. and Africa.
He said that the NYCN would continue to work with relevant government and private agencies to complement the efforts of government in addressing youth idleness.
Garba, therefore, urged more than 50 million internet users in Nigeria to take advantage of the global world of information technology and benefit from the shopping experience.
He said that this would enhance their income and improve their living condition.
Garba said that that research conducted by the council showed that Dubli shopping mall offered the highest cash back percentage anywhere in the world.
“Our findings reveal that you can earn cash back on every purchase you make at the Dubli shopping mall because of its highest percentage, “he said.
The Country Representative of Dubli Mall, Mr Lucas Baror, said shopping mall was pleased to partner with the Nigerian youths, considering the large number of youths who were internet users in the country.
Baror said that the company currently featured shopping mall in many countries in Europe, U.S. and Africa.
“Dubli shopping mall provides customers unparalleled from the stores they already shop and browse thousands of stores from around the world and shop all your favourite brands with ease,“ Baror.
Dubli Global Shopping Mall was borne from the vision of Mr Michael Hansen, the founder and chief executive officer of Media Net Group Technologies.
The mall was unveiled on Oct. 22, 2011 in Vienna, Austria, by Hansen, and it features 400 merchants, more than 10 million products and serves customers in 214 countries.