DreamStream boss tasks Nigerian youths on creativity, enterprise, business ventures

By EDU ABADE, Business Editor

Following the high rate of employment and the tendency embrace criminal activities, Nigerian youths have been urged to direct their creative energies towards the creation and evolution of viable entrepreneurship concerns and business ventures in the country.

 Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of DreamStream Resources Company Limited, Pastor Damilola Oluwatoyinbo, gave the charge at the official unveiling and media tour of the DreamSpace, which houses the company’s facilities in Lagos aimed at fostering creativity and knowledge-driven skills for all, especially the Nigerian youths.

DreamStream CEO speaks about youths creativity

 While unveiling the DreamSpace laced with books, T-shirts and other resource materials at the Citadel Centre on Kudirat Abiola Way, Oregun, Ikeja, which offers consultancy services for organisations and individuals, Oluwatoyinbo encouraged Nigerian youths to invest in themselves, as knowledge remains irreplaceable, adding: “Because we are passing through desperate times in the country, there is a lot of confusion in the country and when there is confusion, that is the best time to be creative.”

 Describing creativity as a tool for transformation, he said: “Creativity means in the midst of the chaos, we can harness the latent and natural resources around us to make a difference. And to stand out this time around, social media is a reflection of creativity, but it is just media that has gone social.”

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 In its resolve to nurture more creative minds and solution-oriented services, DreamSpace, which houses a 35-seater creative lounge, 15-seater boardroom and 20-seater capacity studio, was birthed as a centre for coaching, consulting, content creation, collaboration and networking, as well as creating solutions for organisational challenges, particularly in leadership, creative marketing and executive coaching.

 He said to further help organisations and young Nigerians to discover themselves and attain creative excellence, DreamSpace designed training programmes for company employees and other individuals and houses a studio for recording and producing music and movies.

 “There are several Nigerians who are desperate and out of school. With the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU), students have been at home for five months. With a space like this, we can serve corporate communities, as they pay us handsome money, and we can pass knowledge to students,” says the solution expert.

 Oluwatoyinbo, who is also a Pastor of Kingdom Influencers in Nations, Generations and Systems (KINGS), recalled his little beginnings in 2016 when he returned to Nigeria from his sojourn abroad.

 He narrated: “What most young people want is quick wealth. They want to look like what they are not. When I began to become profitable, I invested in myself. I invested in products, training, coaches and mentors.”

  He stressed the importance of investing in knowledge, creativity and self-development skills to make them relevant at this time and beyond through the various facets of the DreamStream, including the Kingraiser Studios, Global Greatness, GeniusX, the Creative Community, White Paper Wisdom and Shaping the Future, among others.

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