News came in late to NAIJAFORBZ yesterday that president Osibanjo arrived Katsina safely and had been given a Royal welcome as president Buhari still receives medical attention in London.
Nigerians don’t have options but to adapt and pray to go to provide our president quick recovery. We bring you more news about the acting president Osibanjo’s trip to minna in full details.
WHAT DO NIGERIANS DO WHEN THE IRRELEVANT BECOMES RELEVANT
The said national assembly budgets that has been missing in the national assembly according to our elected legislators.
From N115 billion to N125 billion naira budget of a crude oil owner country.
So far so good I see the budget did not include the N4 BILLION NAIRA meant for the movement and empowerment of it so called parastatal ” Public Complaints Commission (PCC) ” What do Nigerians do when such things come up? What do Nigerians have to say I very important
Ibrahim Abubakar Lajada made his intensions known to Nigerians as he promised to run for 2019 Presidential election.
Lajada who is a mount billionaire in abroad has made education as his major point of concern has this to say. “Our education system in Nigeria is not one in which we should be very proud of. Yes, Nigeria does have excellent schools, colleges, and learning institutions, but our standards are not set as high as other countries. For example, our country does not fund our schools adequately. Teachers teach with not enough books, no supplies, or books that are often over 30 years old. How can we expect our children to be up to date with the world’s information if our teaching materials are not new?
This and many more points he said was his major points of interest when he becomes a president.
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