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Tinubu pledges a student loan and a youth technology centre, according to Chatham House

Tinubu pledges a student loan and a youth technology centre, according to Chatham House


On Monday, December 5, Bola Tinubu, the governor of Lagos state and the APC’s presidential candidate, outlined some of his plans for fixing Nigeria’s economy and reviving important industries like technology, education, and defense.

In a speech given at Chatham House in London, England, Tinubu promised his audience that he would make education a priority by offering student loans and changing the Almajiri educational system used in Northern Nigeria.

“Student loans will be available. 

The Almajiri system will be revised. 

More schools will be built, more teachers will be hired, and more instructors will be trained, stated Tinubu.

He continued by saying that his administration would also set up technological centers where young people could learn digital skills. 

According to Tinubu, “youths may even independently build technical languages and make a better 21st-century approach to administration in Nigeria.”

However, Tinubu delegated some of his friends to speak on his behalf during the Question and Answer (Q&A) session that followed his presentation.

Femi Gbajabiamila, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Nasir El-Rufai, Kayode Fayemi, a former governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Betta Edu, a former commissioner for finance in Lagos, Wale Edun, and Dele Aleke, the director of strategic communication for the APC presidential campaign council, are just a few of the people who responded to questions on Tinubu’s behalf.

The former governor of Lagos State claimed that he used the delegation strategy to “display the team and the capabilities that we have.”

The Bola Tinubu administration already has a strategy in place to deal with this issue, and it is included in our action plan. The statistics need to alter. 

Increased military strength is what we’ll do. 

The Kaduna governor stated, “We’ll increase not only the personnel but also the training and the tools.

APC national women’s leader Gbajabiamila also addressed a query on Tinubu’s defense plans, among other queries. She also addressed a query regarding the provision of healthcare.

Aleke, for his part, responded to a query on Tinubu’s proposed strategy for eradicating poverty in Nigeria. 

Enabling the private sector to undertake investments that would boost productivity, expand the economy, generate employment, and promote economic growth is the cornerstone to his program for promoting economic growth,

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