ExamBeta CEO To Nigerians Stop Unnecessary Expenses At This Crucial Time Of Subsidy Removal

The Founder of Exambeta who doubles as the Co-Founder of Betaprep Africa (an Edtech startup), Abiodun Sijuade, has advised the school owners, CEOs, and business heads not to make the work environment and most especially school environment a toxic one for their staff amidst the current economic situation of the country.

Sijuade gave this advice during a business discussion session with our correspondent in Abeokuta the state capital of Ogun State.

He urged the owners of various private educational and training institutions, CEOs and founders of Edtech companies, and general business heads to do all in their might to make sure that the working environment is a safe and healthy one for their staff and people working with them. Not forgetting that we are at a very crucial stage where the country's economy is experiencing a hard time which has resulted in a hike in transportation costs and the prices of goods and commodities.

He further said in his words that, as much as the Government is working so hard to provide various palliatives to cushion the effect on the general public, all schools and business owners too can replicate the same in their own capacity to staff working for them. Truly, all businesses are at a stage of making critical decisions for business survival such as letting go of people the business can survive without which might further lead to mass unemployment in real time. In the same vein, he advises staff to upskill so that they can be more productive and valuable.

The Exambeta CEO also advised the general public to try as much as possible to cut down unnecessary expenses at this present time of fuel subsidy removal so as to reduce the hardship on survival. 

He then pleaded to the Government of Ogun State to fulfill all palliative promises made to the vulnerable citizens of the state and to set up various models that would allow the survival of MSME at the present time in the state as the sector also contributes a lot to the growth of the state. This would sure be a welcome development and would make the state a pacesetter for other states to emulate.

When asked about the current project of his brand, the CEO explains that his brand 'Exambeta' has been a brand providing international admission test registrations and preparation services to Nigerians with its physical prep centers over the past 4 years, and at the moment, working on introducing the 'Betaprep-Africa', an EDTech Mobile App by leveraging world-class teaching, media, and technology to create high quality, affordable and on-demand preparation services for standardized tests candidates and overseas admissions prospects across Africa.

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