"From Slow Summer to Massive Start-Up" : Jobberman Founders Featured on BBC

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When in 2009, university lecturers in Nigeria embarked on an all-too-familiar strike, little did the world know that a company that would impact greatly on the employment market in Nigeria would be birthed.

Three young undergraduates of the Obafemi Awolowo University who shared a burning desire to recreate and redefine job sourcing and recruitment in Nigeria and beyond made the best use of the ASUU strike to start Jobberman.

Five years down the line, Jobberman has today grown to become Nigeria’s No.1 Recruitment website. In recognition of this feat, the BBC captures the story of these remarkable young men in the video below.

Nathan Jeffery