“If You Must Get To The Top, You Must Work hard” Says Chief Ubogu

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 By Godday Odidi

Managing Director of Micura Services Limited and one of the most experienced entrepreneurial speakers cum grassroots sports supporter in Nigeria, High Chief Michael Ubogu has called on Nigerian youths to shun violence and embrace diligence in their activities.

While granting interview with Gabrio Voice team in his palatial office at Apapa, Ubogu said many Nigerian youths are very lazy and only interested in illegal activities to get to the top in life. I resided in Ajegunle many years ago and had no criminal records but today, cult activities are growing in all nooks and crannies of the community and something must be urgently done to end this menace.

He noted that Ajegunle of 30 years ago is different from what it is now. Living in the slum city does not make you a criminal but you as an individual must define your purpose and goal on earth. My company has employed many Ajegunle youths as part to give to the society in kind.

Micura has a company wouldn’t have grown to this level without providing excellent services to our clients over the years. Honesty and integrity has made us relevant in the maritime business.

He added that many maritime companies had folded up due to economic recession but diversification has made us to remain productive in the maritime sector.

Speaking further, youths must be ready to work for their future and avoid the begging mentality that is only temporary in their lives.

On Apapa road reconstruction, Ubogu noted that it would boost the economy not only for Apapa business owners but Nigerian economy as a whole.Though, economic activities had been grounded for a while but everybody must exercise patience for Apapa road to be accessible and motorable for business activities. Government must endeavour to reconstruct other roads linking to Apapa to easy business activities, he said.   

 

 

 

 

 

 


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