The event which was held in Lagos State on Tuesday, July 25 witnessed a huge turnout and support from professionals, artistes and business mogul who are passionate about youth development. Present at the event were Moses Siasia, Ese Oraka, Sega Awosanya, Barbara Oniarwah, Dr. Yemi Amusan, Amanda Kirby Okoye, Audu Maikori, Pelu Awofeso, Misan Rewane, Onye Ubanatu Segun Lawal, Remi Olutimayin, Odiete Jodie, Tobe Ifeanyi, Maureen Iyasele among others.
During her unveil speech, the founder, GraduatePro, Naomi Lucas, said the #AfricasBiggestBookProject is an easy to read, witty and conversational book titled I’m A Graduate Now What?
According to Naomi, I’m a Graduate Now What? is a first-of-its-kind project tackling unemployment in Africa. The book provides definite and practical guide for anyone who schooled and hopes to work within Africa.
I’m a Graduate Now What? is an audiobook production written by Naomi Lucas and powered by Graduatepro .
I’m a Graduate Now What? features 55 outstanding Nigerians scheduled to narrate 51 chapters of the book. These narrators will give life to the chapters under the supervision of a Creative Director and a Voice Coach. Audu Maikori, OC Ukeje, Segun Lawal, Yemi Amusan, Dare Art Alade, Chioma Omeruah (Chigurl), Ayo Makun (AY), Chinedu Ikedieze, Jane Maduegbuna, Lanre Olusola, Michelle Aisha Bello, Kola Oyeneyin, Nimi Akinkugbe, Japheth Omojuwa, Andre Blaze Henshaw, Moses Siasia, Lydia Idakula Sobogun, Ojoma Ochai, Femi Longe, Dike Chukwumerije, Misan Rewane, Aisha Augie-kuta, Jimi Tewe, Nuhu Kwajafa, Femi Obong Daniels, Sage Hasson, Jodie Odiete, Amanda Kirby Okoye, Dayo Isreal, Alkasim Abdulkadir and Wana Udobang are among the 55 outstanding Nigerians scheduled to narrate the book.
Recording for the Nigeria edition will take place in Lagos and Abuja. Lagos recording starts today.Within the next twenty- four months, the audiobook train will move to other key African countries where GraduatePro’s Country Leads will get local professionals to replicate the process.
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