Senate order federal ministry of labour and productivity to review age limit for job seekers Nigeria
The Nigerian Senate has decided to take up action on Senator Ibrahim Gobir's foresight today as they passed a resolution "urging the executive arm of government to direct the federal ministry of labour and productivity to set up a committee to review the age of job seekers in the country".
Nigeria is a country rich in many aspects. But these aspects are limited to a category of people who wish nothing good for those who put them into power.
Of late, it has occur to the public that only a little few feel the pains of the average or poor Nigerians cries. Yesterday I wrote about how Senator Ibrahim Gobir of the APC, moved a motion for the removal or extension of age limit for job seekers in the country. And it got a lot of reactions and rightly so.
He is of course the first man/politician to show remorse as you may wish to call it, toward the unemployed masses. A country that has many unemployed graduates and still graduating thousands each passing year. Many are left frustrated by such stress.
Living from hand to mouth as a graduate is not easy and unacceptable, considering what a graduate faces' in the hands of lecturers and having to sip garri sometimes to bed is not funny at all. Then for Youth service in places that are harsh and unconducive. If you know what I mean.
This move is the best our leaders has ever undertaken to favour the masses and not their pockets and fund their Dubai dreams.
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