Eniibukun Adebayo is the Chief Executive Officer of the first dry cleaning academy to be unveiled in Nigeria, in this interview with Victor Gbonegun; he spoke on the need for the academy, how entrepreneurs could thrive in Nigeria as well as their expectations from government.
Despite increase in the calls for self-employment, becoming a viable entrepreneur has over time been described as very challenging. What do you think is really responsible?
Most people don’t go into businesses where they have the competency, passion and hope. I think the best thing is for people not to go into venture that they do not have hopes and expectations that are beyond the ordinary. They should learn to build things step by step and to be a realist so that when we start taking business decisions, they would be decisions that would yield fruitful result.