Bauchi first lady wants girl child Education compulsory: Bauchi first lady Hajiya Aisha said she wants female education to be Compulsory in Nigeria, adding that the low enrollment girl child Education is unacceptable.
She made this statement while receiving the most valuable Governor's wife award.
" My focus is on the gurl child education, we now have over 100 wen back in school and we must expand it .
Adebanjo sends strong message to Buhari : Adebanjo sends a strong message to Buhari telling him that if he can't restructure Nigeria he should forget about the 2023 election.
" There no 2023 election, if Buhari does not restructure Nigeria, He must restructure this country before any election is carried out in 2023 .
Security was better under Abacha than now : Mailafa made the statement in an Interview with Channels television while reacting to the attack on the governor of Benue state ,
"Security was better under Abacha, than under Buhari .
What do you think about security in Abacha regime ?
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