Fresh graduates in Nigeria have an attitude that they always fantasize about earning white collar jobs and working in an office. Over the years, Nigerian graduates have faced unemployment and a great deal of anguish as a result of not being able to find a suitable white collar job. This study details the development and deployment of a web-based system to teach young people how to produce creams, soaps, perfumes, and baked goods using chemicals (insecticide). For the government to reposition the economy, entrepreneurial studies for job creation, wealth development, and global competitiveness of Nigerian youths and graduates must be built and driven. The goal of the study is to equip Nigerian graduates and build a conduit for them to easily venture into skill development.




According to (NBS, 2004 and Ojo), over 80% of Nigerian graduates have difficulty finding work year after year. This is mostly due to the emphasis on white collar job training in our educational institutions and other schools’ curricula. Nigeria’s population is estimated to be at 170 million people (NBS, 2004 and Ojo, Abayomi & Odozi, 2014). This vast population is fortunate to have plentiful natural and human resources as well as a favorable geographical location. The current global financial crisis has had a detrimental impact on global enterprises as well as the Nigerian economy. The government and a large number of residents have faced major problems and hazards as a result of these challenges. Nigeria, like other developing countries, faces a number of challenges, including high youth and graduate unemployment, significant poverty, insurgency, diseases, and conflict, an over-reliance on imported goods, slow economic development and growth, and a lack of human capacity and required skills to move the economy forward. Joblessness has become a major concern in the life of younger generations and recent college graduates, resulting in disappointment, discouragement, frustration, and a reliance on imported goods to exist. The high rate of internet fraud, crime, insecurity, and violence in Nigeria’s society during elections is due to the high rate of unemployment among this youthful people (Ajufo, 2003 & Simkovic 2012).

According to the National Population Commission (2013), around 64 million Nigerian adolescents are unemployed or underemployed, with one million six hundred thousand (1.6 million) underemployed, bringing the total number of unemployed youths to 80 million.

When the high unemployment figures are subtracted from the total population of Nigeria, it is clear that repositioning our entrepreneurship studies with a system to teach users how to gain basic skills is required in our schools. This will help bridge the gap and provide job opportunities for our growing unemployed youth. Another reason for unemployment in Nigeria is a lack of capacity development in our educational system, which teaches our children how to solve problems. For example, in developed countries, educational methods introduce youth to the trail of inquiry-discovery application, teaching them to see problems (including societal problems) as challenges and opportunities that can be turned into goods and services that can be rendered for money or commercial value (Adejimola & Olufumilayo, 2009). Education and the use of technological advancements for entrepreneurship and creativity are two strategies to combat unemployment in Nigeria. This should aid in the development of students’ entrepreneurial and innovation skills by involving them in activities with small and large businesses through initiatives such as business incubators.


For the government to reposition the economy, entrepreneurial studies for job creation, wealth development, and global competitiveness of Nigerian youths and graduates must be built and driven. The goal of the study is to equip Nigerian graduates and develop a conduit for them to easily venture into skill learning and supplement their school-based knowledge and abilities. There are numerous problems, such as insufficient money, a shortage of training personnel, and the lack of training equipment, but all of these issues have been resolved thanks to the online system.


The study’s main goal is to build and execute a web-based presentation system that will teach users how to produce creams, soap, perfume, bake, and chemicals (insecticide) in order to combat unemployment and meaningfully involve our kids, with the following goals:

a) Create a web-based system to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation in order to combat unemployment.

b) Create a conduit for them to easily venture into skill acquisition and supplement their school-based knowledge and talents.

c) Create work for the increasing number of unemployed adolescents.

d) Assist in the fight against poor academic achievement among students.

e) Create a safe system that is easily accessible for enlightenment, overcoming the challenges of insufficient financing, a shortage of training professionals, and a lack of training equipment.


The study’s goal is to create a system that will assist users in learning how to produce cream, soap, perfume, bake, and chemicals (insecticide), and it will address the problem of adolescents preferring white collar professions rather than obtaining skills.


Users with weak or no internet connection are unable to use the web-based system.


Skill Acquisition is a sort of learning in which an individual’s capacity to perform a certain task changes over time as a result of repetition.

Unemployment occurs when people over a certain age are neither employed or self-employed and are looking for work during the reference period.


Entrepreneurship is the process of creating, launching, and running a new firm, which is usually a small enterprise at first.


The population of a city or town, a region, a country, or the entire world is its population.


A skill is the ability to complete a task with specific results in a specific amount of time, energy, or both.


The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that connects devices using the Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP).

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