Black Wall Street to Provide 100,000 Employment Opportunities for African Business Administration Graduates


In a bid to aid the economic independence of Africa, the Black Wall Street has decided to provide 100,000 (hundred thousand) jobs for African Business Administration graduates.

The leader of Africa’s first Economic War, Charles N Lambert who revealed this in a live video on Youtube explains that the Black Wall Street is the engine of capital generation for the industrialization of the African continent which leverages on the Capital flight to generate capital for funding of jobs, creating commercial undertakings in Africa.

Under the Black Wall Street, there are listed corporations that provide need-based services to everybody and one of the companies listed under the BWS is called Entrepreneurs for diversification.

Many small companies are one-trick ponies, managed by people who do not have the knowledge of business administration, betting their entire futures on a single product, a single service, a single location or even a single customer.

Diversification gives business owners the opportunities to add products, services, locations, customers and markets. Diversifying in this way can help your business weather tough times by providing alternate sources of revenue in the event that your original market dries up, stops growing or is hit by new competition.