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WHERE ARE THE EDUCATED NIGERIANS AND THEIR INTELLIGENTSIA?

By Val Igwebuike Majority of the Nigerian population is no longer mentally stable. They are either psychotic or partially demented. The social conditions...

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...Professor (SAN) Mohammed Mustapha Akanbi, Faculty of Law, University of Ilorin

The View Point of Development

We cannot as a people be looking at development from ethnic or religious point of view. When you go to the market, I don’t think there is Christian or Muslim market or Igbo market or Fulani market. So government must take up the challenge and do much more to ensure that all Nigerians is given a sense of belonging in Nigeria and for Nigeria project. This is very important.

FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN
...Professor (SAN) Mohammed Mustapha Akanbi, Faculty of Law, University of Ilorin

Policies & Programmes

One of the problems we have regarding our policies and programmes is lack of implementation. I can tell you that government has beautiful templates and policies regarding infrastructures. But the question is, when you come up with all these beautiful blueprints how serious, how hard are working to ensure that the beautiful policies become implemented?

FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN
Dennis Zulu

The Drive

“The drive that a young Nigerian has to carry a sewing machine or the stuffs used to fix shoes and walks around looking for business, tells you that there is something distinctively different. Now, how has does government nurture that enthusiasm that is already there, the entrepreneurial spirit that is already there, the drive that is already there in the young Nigerian, by providing an enabling environment for them to be able to grow.”

ILO Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Lone Countries Director
Dennis Zulu

Hustling in Nigeria

“In Nigeria you say hustle, that itself shows the uniqueness that young Nigerians will not sit back and wait for government to make a difference for their lives. I see young Nigerians carrying sewing machines on their shoulder looking for business but in other place the young person will sit with his sewing machine at the house waiting for customers to come and they won’t come. That is not the case of the Nigerian people…It is amazing!”

ILO Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Lone Countries Director

...Professor (SAN) Mohammed Mustapha Akanbi, Faculty of Law, University of Ilorin

The View Point of Development

We cannot as a people be looking at development from ethnic or religious point of view. When you go to the market, I don’t think there is Christian or Muslim market or Igbo market or Fulani market. So government must take up the challenge and do much more to ensure that all Nigerians is given a sense of belonging in Nigeria and for Nigeria project. This is very important.

FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN
...Professor (SAN) Mohammed Mustapha Akanbi, Faculty of Law, University of Ilorin

Policies & Programmes

One of the problems we have regarding our policies and programmes is lack of implementation. I can tell you that government has beautiful templates and policies regarding infrastructures. But the question is, when you come up with all these beautiful blueprints how serious, how hard are working to ensure that the beautiful policies become implemented?

FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN
Dennis Zulu

The Drive

“The drive that a young Nigerian has to carry a sewing machine or the stuffs used to fix shoes and walks around looking for business, tells you that there is something distinctively different. Now, how has does government nurture that enthusiasm that is already there, the entrepreneurial spirit that is already there, the drive that is already there in the young Nigerian, by providing an enabling environment for them to be able to grow.”

ILO Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Lone Countries Director
Dennis Zulu

Hustling in Nigeria

“In Nigeria you say hustle, that itself shows the uniqueness that young Nigerians will not sit back and wait for government to make a difference for their lives. I see young Nigerians carrying sewing machines on their shoulder looking for business but in other place the young person will sit with his sewing machine at the house waiting for customers to come and they won’t come. That is not the case of the Nigerian people…It is amazing!”

ILO Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Lone Countries Director

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