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Buhari To Use The $2.1b For Kano Rail To Fund ASUU and improve University’s Infrastructure

There is palpable jubilation after President Muhammadu Buhari announced plans to to fund the educational group ASUU with the $2.1 billion initially intended for the construction of a rail line from Kano to Niger Republic.

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There is palpable jubilation after President Muhammadu Buhari announced plans to to fund the educational group ASUU with the $2.1 billion initially intended for the construction of a rail line from Kano to Niger Republic.

The money will cover costs that will be used to fund the remodelling and rehabilitation of decaying university infrastructure.

Private Universities are not happy with the move as they suggest it could potentially snatch students who initially intended to study in their universities as these Federal Universities will now surpass them in Infrastructure and quality.

Prof Biodun Ogunyemi while speaking on behalf of ASUU thanked the President saying,

“Now we know Mr President is bent on fulfilling all his campaign promises to revitalise the Education sector. We are forever grateful”

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Never Will I Appoint An Igbo Man To Be EFCC Chairman – Buhari

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As various forces in the Aso Rock villa struggle to pitch their candidates as the next EFCC chairman, the President has made his mind known to members of his inner caucus that his preferred candidate for the office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission must not be from the South Eastern part of the country.

Giving further clarity on the matter, Garba Shehu, the special adviser to the President stated clearly saying, “The president is clear on this matter as at the moment, no qualified candidate is from the South East or South South part of the country; anyone who disagrees with the president should be prepared to face the full wrath of the DSS”

We can but agree with the president that the North is the only region qualified to hold sensitive positions in the country.

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Buhari Has Given Us Change Why Are We Still Complaining?

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President Muhammadu Buhari, a man of his words, the current, undisputable president of Nigeria has kept his words and we cannot argue that.

In 2015, while campaigning all over the country, he promised Nigerians “change” a term no other Nigerian politician had ever used and how carried away we were as we orgasmed on the thought of a real politics and social change in the country.

We got to the climax of satisfaction at a politician who promised us change but he never specified the type of Change he meant and thankfully, we never asked!

For me and many well meaning Nigerians who love out darling daddy, the president, we cannot but worship him and extol all our appreciation to him for fulfilling his promise to us.

In 2015, before he came to power, a litre of fuel sold for 87 Naira but today, the price has GREATLY REDUCED to a mere 161 Naira which we average Nigerians at proud to say we can afford. What is 161 compared to corrupt Jonathan who fixed the price at 87..

In 2015, a bag of rice was 8,500 naira but today it is 25,000. But what is 25,000 Naira? Its chicken change and that’s the change we voted for! When we voted our loving president Buhari, he simply said, “Change” and boom! We agreed so why are we unhappy that bag of rice is now 25,000 naira? We should be happy joor.

In 2015, dollar was 200 but it is now 475.. To me, this is a welcomed development, because it shows that Buhari has indeed “changed” the forex exchange for us.. He is a definition of game changer. Sai Baba!

In 2015, Nigeria’s external debt was at $9.7bn but today it is $27bn! Our darling daddy has done well.. This one shows we have indeed moved to the Next Level.

Buhari told us CHANGE! We never asked Good or Bad Change.

He came again and told us, NEXT LEVEL! Again, in our wisdom, we never asked Which direction.

So why are we complaining?

Sai Baba joor! God bless our darling president.

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IF YOU STILL WATCH AND SUPPORT BBNAIJA YoU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM

The fair share of blame is not reserved just for the organizers of Big Brother Nigeria, but it’s fans, supporters, and of course sponsors.

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The fair share of blame is not reserved just for the organizers of Big Brother Nigeria, but it’s fans, supporters, and of course sponsors.

Big Brother Nigeria is a reality show whichpromotes in a mass scale nudity, sexuality and immorality. It is a show that adds zero value to the human development index with respect to Nigeria. In a county where majority of its youths are struggling to find a suitable job to sustain themselves and their families, comes a show where billions are splashed not to promote ingenuity, excellence or talent needed to grow the country but to promote nudity, sexuality and
immorality setting a bad precedence for the youths who are glued to the TV watching the show.

Big Brother Nigeria is yet to positively impact on the youths in this country. Take a look at the Western world with regards to the United States, reality shows such as Americans Got Talent are organized drawing thousands of applicants who apply with the aim of
showcasing ingenuity, talent and skill.

Americans Got Talent which is obviously viewed by billions of viewers has set a positive precedence in many countries of the world who
have replicated same in their respective countries.

On the other hand, Big Brother is dwindling in the western world as it’s relevance and impact on the youth is undeniably negative; hence many of them no longer show but the case of Nigeria is different.

It is no news that Nigeria sits on a time bomb with poverty and corruption escalating on a daily basis, the youths in Nigeria make up the largest chunk of the Nigerian population but a large number of these youths are without a stable source of income; many are undergraduates who are seeking jobs and living from hand to mouth.

How then can Nigerian youths build themselves up to survive in the Unfriendly Nigerian Economy?

By Watching Big Brother Nigeria?

By Promoting Big Brother Nigeria?

BB Naija as it is often called is the Opium of the Youths in Nigeia as it is viewed by many youths who are watching as their future is stolen away right in their very own
eyes.

Politicians are looting the country dry, billions are splashed and stashed abroad by corrupt politicians who use reality shows such as Big Brother Nigeria to distract youths.

The Nigerian media is also not helping matters as they also take a chunk in the blame.

You can imagine waking up to a headline such as “Kiddwaya kisses Erica”

How does this kind of information add value to youths in the country, what is the information
needed for?

All the quality reality show that once adored the Nigeria’s media sphere are all gone;

Gulder Ultimate Search
MTN Project Fame
Maltina Dance All
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.

Thankfully, Cowbellpedia is still active, inspiring millions of secondary school children to
aspire excellence.

Till Nigerian Youths wake up, frivolities and irrelevances such as Big Brother will continue to preoccupy them while their counterparts in other countries prosper in Tech, Innovation and Ingenuity.

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