“We must realize that if we do not set and sustain the agenda on the dangers of child labour, stakeholders may delay in taking urgent and active steps required to stop it.”
Mr Ngige said everything possible was being done to sustain the social protection programmes despite Nigeria’s dwindling revenue.
“The masses might wrongly interpret the rally as a ploy by the NLC to enhance the chances of the Labour Party presidential candidate.”
“Nigerians may wish to know why he (Mr Ngige) has suddenly turned around to constitute himself as an impediment to an amicable resolution of the ongoing crisis.”
I hope that for the future of Nigeria, people of conscience and foresight will prevail on the Buhari regime.
Universities will get N23.5 billion, polytechnics N6 billion and Colleges of Education N4 billion, bringing the total sum to N33.5 billion.
The elder statesman said that education matters ought to be handled by someone who appreciates the effect of the strike.
Last week, President Muhammadu Buhari ordered all political appointees serving in his administration to resign from office.
Mr Malami said his decision was a “commendable posture worthy of admiration coming from a paragon of virtue.”
Ministers seeking elective poltical offices in the 2023 general elections have resigned their portfolios and had a farewell meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari.