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Africa's Biggest Audio Book Project, "I'm a Graduate, Now What" Unveiled by Nigerian Blogger, Naomi Lucas




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Ms. Naomi Lucas launches her Book project I'm A Graduate, Now What? when her NGO, GraduatePro partnered with top creative entrepreneurs this week in Lagos.




The book titled I’m a Graduate, now what? is a project that involves using an audio book to re-orient Nigerian youths and curb unemployment. 55 GraduatePros who will be narrators and role models selected from different sectors include the likes of  Audu Maikori, Kate henshaw, Chinedu Ikedieze, Ayo Makun, Lanre olushola, Japheth omojuwa, Andre henshaw, Segun Lawal, amongst others.

To see photos from the audio production with the narrators, go HERE  
Beautiful pictures from the book launch, are also HERE

Kudos to another creative blogger blazing the trail. Welldone Naomi! 

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