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  •   Anslem Eragbe the Labor Party candidate for the Edo North senatorial district has vowed to revamp Nigeria s education sector and eliminate the strike through legislation if elected in 2023 Eragbe speaking at the North Edo Senatorial District Candidates meeting in Abuja said he is a product of the free and quality education offered then and vowed to restore it I benefited from quality and compulsory free education and today I am better off thanks to the education I received from this country My educational policy is to gradually return Nigeria within the first four years to that glory We will need legislative approval and from God when I become a senator this will become my legislative duty and I will engage legislators to ensure that we make legislative laws to accomplish all of this Eragbe said this would be achieved through a partnership between the government and the private sector We will come from the private sector with 150 billion to allow the Federal Government of Nigeria to intervene in the oil mining housing and agriculture sectors We will renew the oil sector agriculture education health among others we will intervene at all levels Eragbe added that there would be a policy that would require legislative approval to eliminate retiree payment arrears as well as to reorganize the economy for job creation among others He added that there would be massive capacity building for Nigerians to harness the country s natural resources effectively He said he introduced about 18 items for which he would involve legislative duties bills to provide enabling laws He said that as a Labor Party and as individuals we are committed to building the capacity of Nigerians to move to the next level particularly in leadership The keynote speaker Prof Fetus Uwakhemen Director General Comrade Eragbe Anslem CEA 2023 said that young people have the ability to lead better if given the chance and Anslem can do it Uwakhemen whose keynote speech was themed Repositioning the Socio Political and Economic Landscape of the North Edo Senatorial District from 2023 to 2027 called on the constituents of the North Edo Senatorial District to unite around the Labor Party candidate to achieve better representation and leadership Only our generation can adequately represent us because they understand our language the world is in a digital age and we must align ourselves with leaders with easy accessibility and compliance with information technology As we are now in the digital age I have seen many senators today who have so many personal assistants PAs because they can t even write a letter or do research so they rely on their PAs to do most of these things for them That s why a lot of things that should be done as a nation get undone because the world is no longer analog We need guys with those kinds of skills to take us from where we are right now to the next phase According to Uwakhemen the campaign is not about political parties it is about Nigerian youth and Nigeria as a country He said that many young people are traveling out of the country in search of greener pastures because the system is not helping them He added that the unemployment rate in Nigeria is so high that young people who leave universities do not get jobs He said that the nation is losing its youth its intellectuals doctors ICT consultants among others who flee abroad to do something outside the country We must stay behind to fix our country from the older politicians If public servants are subject to the Civil Service Retirement Age at 60 teachers and judges at 70 I believe that those ages were reached due to a certain modus operandi that has to do with physical resistance and ability intellectual to understand and do the things that are to be done Therefore he is saying that older politicians should graciously allow their children and younger ones to take leadership positions and be responsible for their future while serving in advisory roles behind the scenes and not the other way around He urged all constituents in the North Edo Senate District to work together with Anslem to ensure victory in the elections so that he can work for the youth and transform the economy and the region The Nigerian News Agency reports that the highlight of the event was the presentation of the 2023 election working materials by stakeholders edited Source Credit NAN
    Edo senatorial candidate promises to revamp education, eliminate ASUU strike via legislation
      Anslem Eragbe the Labor Party candidate for the Edo North senatorial district has vowed to revamp Nigeria s education sector and eliminate the strike through legislation if elected in 2023 Eragbe speaking at the North Edo Senatorial District Candidates meeting in Abuja said he is a product of the free and quality education offered then and vowed to restore it I benefited from quality and compulsory free education and today I am better off thanks to the education I received from this country My educational policy is to gradually return Nigeria within the first four years to that glory We will need legislative approval and from God when I become a senator this will become my legislative duty and I will engage legislators to ensure that we make legislative laws to accomplish all of this Eragbe said this would be achieved through a partnership between the government and the private sector We will come from the private sector with 150 billion to allow the Federal Government of Nigeria to intervene in the oil mining housing and agriculture sectors We will renew the oil sector agriculture education health among others we will intervene at all levels Eragbe added that there would be a policy that would require legislative approval to eliminate retiree payment arrears as well as to reorganize the economy for job creation among others He added that there would be massive capacity building for Nigerians to harness the country s natural resources effectively He said he introduced about 18 items for which he would involve legislative duties bills to provide enabling laws He said that as a Labor Party and as individuals we are committed to building the capacity of Nigerians to move to the next level particularly in leadership The keynote speaker Prof Fetus Uwakhemen Director General Comrade Eragbe Anslem CEA 2023 said that young people have the ability to lead better if given the chance and Anslem can do it Uwakhemen whose keynote speech was themed Repositioning the Socio Political and Economic Landscape of the North Edo Senatorial District from 2023 to 2027 called on the constituents of the North Edo Senatorial District to unite around the Labor Party candidate to achieve better representation and leadership Only our generation can adequately represent us because they understand our language the world is in a digital age and we must align ourselves with leaders with easy accessibility and compliance with information technology As we are now in the digital age I have seen many senators today who have so many personal assistants PAs because they can t even write a letter or do research so they rely on their PAs to do most of these things for them That s why a lot of things that should be done as a nation get undone because the world is no longer analog We need guys with those kinds of skills to take us from where we are right now to the next phase According to Uwakhemen the campaign is not about political parties it is about Nigerian youth and Nigeria as a country He said that many young people are traveling out of the country in search of greener pastures because the system is not helping them He added that the unemployment rate in Nigeria is so high that young people who leave universities do not get jobs He said that the nation is losing its youth its intellectuals doctors ICT consultants among others who flee abroad to do something outside the country We must stay behind to fix our country from the older politicians If public servants are subject to the Civil Service Retirement Age at 60 teachers and judges at 70 I believe that those ages were reached due to a certain modus operandi that has to do with physical resistance and ability intellectual to understand and do the things that are to be done Therefore he is saying that older politicians should graciously allow their children and younger ones to take leadership positions and be responsible for their future while serving in advisory roles behind the scenes and not the other way around He urged all constituents in the North Edo Senate District to work together with Anslem to ensure victory in the elections so that he can work for the youth and transform the economy and the region The Nigerian News Agency reports that the highlight of the event was the presentation of the 2023 election working materials by stakeholders edited Source Credit NAN
    Edo senatorial candidate promises to revamp education, eliminate ASUU strike via legislation
    General news3 weeks ago

    Edo senatorial candidate promises to revamp education, eliminate ASUU strike via legislation

    Anslem Eragbe, the Labor Party candidate for the Edo North senatorial district, has vowed to revamp Nigeria's education sector and eliminate the strike through legislation if elected in 2023.

    Eragbe, speaking at the North Edo Senatorial District Candidates meeting in Abuja, said he is a product of the free and quality education offered then and vowed to restore it.

    “I benefited from quality and compulsory free education and today I am better off thanks to the education I received from this country.

    “My educational policy is to gradually return Nigeria within the first four years to that glory.

    “We will need legislative approval and from God, when I become a senator this will become my legislative duty and I will engage legislators to ensure that we make legislative laws to accomplish all of this.” Eragbe said this would be achieved through a partnership between the government and the private sector.

    “We will come from the private sector with €150 billion to allow the Federal Government of Nigeria to intervene in the oil, mining, housing and agriculture sectors.

    "We will renew the oil sector, agriculture, education, health, among others: we will intervene at all levels."

    Eragbe added that there would be a policy that would require legislative approval to eliminate retiree payment arrears, as well as to reorganize the economy for job creation, among others.

    He added that there would be massive capacity building for Nigerians to harness the country's natural resources effectively.

    He said he introduced about 18 items for which he would involve legislative duties bills to provide enabling laws.

    He said that as a Labor Party and as individuals, "we are committed to building the capacity of Nigerians to move to the next level, particularly in leadership."

    The keynote speaker, Prof. Fetus Uwakhemen, Director General, Comrade Eragbe Anslem (CEA) 2023, said that young people have the ability to lead better if given the chance and Anslem can do it.

    Uwakhemen, whose keynote speech was themed "Repositioning the Socio-Political and Economic Landscape of the North Edo Senatorial District from 2023 to 2027," called on the constituents of the North Edo Senatorial District to unite around the Labor Party candidate. to achieve better representation and leadership.

    “Only our generation can adequately represent us because they understand our language, the world is in a digital age and we must align ourselves with leaders with easy accessibility and compliance with information technology.

    “As we are now in the digital age, I have seen many senators today who have so many personal assistants (PAs) because they can't even write a letter or do research, so they rely on their PAs to do most of these things for them. .

    “That's why a lot of things that should be done as a nation get undone because the world is no longer analog.

    "We need guys with those kinds of skills to take us from where we are right now to the next phase."

    According to Uwakhemen, the campaign is not about political parties, it is about Nigerian youth and Nigeria as a country.

    He said that many young people are traveling out of the country in search of greener pastures because the system is not helping them.

    He added that the unemployment rate in Nigeria is so high that young people who leave universities do not get jobs.

    He said that the nation is losing its youth, its intellectuals, doctors, ICT consultants, among others, who flee abroad to do something outside the country.

    “We must stay behind to fix our country from the older politicians.

    “If public servants are subject to the Civil Service Retirement Age at 60, teachers and judges at 70. I believe that those ages were reached due to a certain modus operandi that has to do with physical resistance and ability intellectual to understand and do the things that are to be done

    "Therefore, he is saying that older politicians should graciously allow their children and younger ones to take leadership positions and be responsible for their future while serving in advisory roles behind the scenes and not the other way around."

    He urged all constituents in the North Edo Senate District to work together with Anslem to ensure victory in the elections so that he can work for the youth and transform the economy and the region.

    The Nigerian News Agency reports that the highlight of the event was the presentation of the 2023 election working materials by stakeholders.

    edited

    Source Credit: NAN

  •   Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi inaugurated the distribution of 11 000 free textbooks to all high school students SSS 2 in public schools across the state The Nigerian News Agency reports that the free Chemistry and Physics textbooks were sponsored and donated by Alh Ahmed Ododo Kogi Auditor General for Local Government in support of the State Government School Adoption and Mentoring Program Speaking at the dedication at Abdulaziz Atta Memorial College Okene the governor praised the donor for the gesture of supporting education in the state Bello who was represented by Washington Commissioner of Education Science and Technology Mr Wemi Jones said his Administration had made education a top priority especially Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics STEM The governor emphasized that his commitment to renewing the education sector in the state required the allocation of 30 percent to education in the 2022 budget even beyond the UNESCO benchmark of 26 percent This he said has been reflected in the execution of massive educational infrastructure projects as well as the continued hiring of qualified high school teachers throughout the state Bello said that in addition to building school infrastructure the government also pledged to equip schools with well qualified teachers He explained that the recruitment of teachers also reached the final stage after aptitude tests and oral interviews were concluded saying that the final list was awaiting final approvals He added that the state had enacted the education law which authorized the ministry to sanction any person or group that tried to jeopardize the government s efforts to renew education in the state He stressed that the state government had shown sufficient commitment hence the need for individuals and organizations to support the government s efforts through its School Adoption and Mentoring Program He praised the donor Ododo for donating the 11 000 Physics and Chemistry textbooks to the state s public schools describing it as the industry s biggest intervention so far Furthermore he revealed that another Kogi citizen had also promised to provide math textbooks for students He urged all well meaning political appointees individuals and organizations to emulate them the state s adoption program and school tutoring However he warned school principals and teachers against commercializing the textbooks saying they were not for sale but would be given to students free of charge He stressed that the ministry had put mechanisms in place to monitor the distribution of textbooks and warned that people who make mistakes would be punished The governor advised students to justify the donor s use of the textbooks reports that many dignitaries royal parents alumni of the school and relevant education stakeholders attended the occasion Okene Local Government Chairman Mr Abdulrasak Mohammad the Ohi of Adavi SAR Alh Muhammad Bello praised the donor for the gesture and the state for the initiative Edited Isaac Aregbesola Source Credit NAN
    Gov. Bello inaugurates distribution of free textbooks to students
      Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi inaugurated the distribution of 11 000 free textbooks to all high school students SSS 2 in public schools across the state The Nigerian News Agency reports that the free Chemistry and Physics textbooks were sponsored and donated by Alh Ahmed Ododo Kogi Auditor General for Local Government in support of the State Government School Adoption and Mentoring Program Speaking at the dedication at Abdulaziz Atta Memorial College Okene the governor praised the donor for the gesture of supporting education in the state Bello who was represented by Washington Commissioner of Education Science and Technology Mr Wemi Jones said his Administration had made education a top priority especially Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics STEM The governor emphasized that his commitment to renewing the education sector in the state required the allocation of 30 percent to education in the 2022 budget even beyond the UNESCO benchmark of 26 percent This he said has been reflected in the execution of massive educational infrastructure projects as well as the continued hiring of qualified high school teachers throughout the state Bello said that in addition to building school infrastructure the government also pledged to equip schools with well qualified teachers He explained that the recruitment of teachers also reached the final stage after aptitude tests and oral interviews were concluded saying that the final list was awaiting final approvals He added that the state had enacted the education law which authorized the ministry to sanction any person or group that tried to jeopardize the government s efforts to renew education in the state He stressed that the state government had shown sufficient commitment hence the need for individuals and organizations to support the government s efforts through its School Adoption and Mentoring Program He praised the donor Ododo for donating the 11 000 Physics and Chemistry textbooks to the state s public schools describing it as the industry s biggest intervention so far Furthermore he revealed that another Kogi citizen had also promised to provide math textbooks for students He urged all well meaning political appointees individuals and organizations to emulate them the state s adoption program and school tutoring However he warned school principals and teachers against commercializing the textbooks saying they were not for sale but would be given to students free of charge He stressed that the ministry had put mechanisms in place to monitor the distribution of textbooks and warned that people who make mistakes would be punished The governor advised students to justify the donor s use of the textbooks reports that many dignitaries royal parents alumni of the school and relevant education stakeholders attended the occasion Okene Local Government Chairman Mr Abdulrasak Mohammad the Ohi of Adavi SAR Alh Muhammad Bello praised the donor for the gesture and the state for the initiative Edited Isaac Aregbesola Source Credit NAN
    Gov. Bello inaugurates distribution of free textbooks to students
    Education3 weeks ago

    Gov. Bello inaugurates distribution of free textbooks to students

    Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi inaugurated the distribution of 11,000 free textbooks to all high school students (SSS 2) in public schools across the state.

    The Nigerian News Agency reports that the free Chemistry and Physics textbooks were sponsored and donated by Alh. Ahmed Ododo, Kogi Auditor General for Local Government, in support of the State Government School Adoption and Mentoring Program.

    Speaking at the dedication at Abdulaziz Atta Memorial College, Okene, the governor praised the donor for the gesture of supporting education in the state.

    Bello, who was represented by Washington Commissioner of Education, Science and Technology Mr. Wemi Jones, said his Administration had made education a top priority, especially Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

    The governor emphasized that his commitment to renewing the education sector in the state required the allocation of 30 percent to education in the 2022 budget, even beyond the UNESCO benchmark of 26 percent.

    This, he said, has been reflected in the execution of massive educational infrastructure projects, as well as the continued hiring of qualified high school teachers throughout the state.

    Bello said that in addition to building school infrastructure, the government also pledged to equip schools with well-qualified teachers.

    He explained that the recruitment of teachers also reached the final stage after aptitude tests and oral interviews were concluded, saying that the final list was awaiting final approvals.

    He added that the state had enacted the education law, which authorized the ministry to sanction any person or group that tried to jeopardize the government's efforts to renew education in the state.

    He stressed that the state government had shown sufficient commitment, hence the need for individuals and organizations to support the government's efforts through its School Adoption and Mentoring Program.

    He praised the donor, Ododo, for donating the 11,000 Physics and Chemistry textbooks to the state's public schools, describing it as "the industry's biggest intervention so far."

    Furthermore, he revealed that another Kogi citizen had also promised to provide math textbooks for students.

    He urged all well-meaning political appointees, individuals and organizations to emulate them, the state's adoption program and school tutoring.

    However, he warned school principals and teachers against commercializing the textbooks, saying they were not for sale, but would be given to students free of charge.

    He stressed that the ministry had put mechanisms in place to monitor the distribution of textbooks, and warned that people who make mistakes would be punished.

    The governor advised students to justify the donor's use of the textbooks.

    reports that many dignitaries, royal parents, alumni of the school and relevant education stakeholders attended the occasion.

    Okene Local Government Chairman Mr. Abdulrasak Mohammad; the Ohi of Adavi, SAR Alh. Muhammad Bello, praised the donor for the gesture and the state for the initiative.

    Edited / Isaac Aregbesola

    Source Credit: NAN

  •   The Director General of the Nigerian Army Resource Center NARC retired Major General Garba Wahab has urged senior military officers and other agency personnel to pay attention to the guidance of their various organizations Wahab who was represented as an investigator at NARC Maj Gen Kabiru Mukhtar made the call at the Center s Adaptive and Critical Thinking Course Participants graduation 2 2022 on Friday in Abuja He said that the subject of tutoring had been of great importance to him and added that it was the product of good tutoring According to him he is an advocate of guardianship and opposed the godfather adding that godparents often destroy their godchildren or godchildren in the long run He said mentors would push their mentees to the limit with the goal of bringing out the best in them while godparents spoon feed godchildren which he said was not sustainable I encourage you to really identify the potentials in your various organizations pick them up develop them and push them for the good of the institution and Nigeria as a whole and for your own good including in service and retirement he said Wahab said managing pressure and crisis was a critical element of leadership adding that actions taken out of anger or emotion often result in dismal results He said the course was designed to equip participants with the ability to solve personal or organizational problems with critical thinking questions He praised the experts and the participants for their good conduct and commitment during the duration of the course The Program Coordinator Brigadier General FC Eze rtd said the course would build an understanding of idea generation and problem solving Speaking on behalf of the participants Ms Caroline Olori Park Conservator for the National Park Service said the course would improve their performance in their various organizations Olori thanked the center for impacting knowledge and said that the skills they acquired during the training will be used in the organizations The Nigerian News Agency reports that the course participants came from the military paramilitary and Ministries Departments and Agencies MDA Source Credit NAN
    Army Resource Centre tasks officers on mentoring
      The Director General of the Nigerian Army Resource Center NARC retired Major General Garba Wahab has urged senior military officers and other agency personnel to pay attention to the guidance of their various organizations Wahab who was represented as an investigator at NARC Maj Gen Kabiru Mukhtar made the call at the Center s Adaptive and Critical Thinking Course Participants graduation 2 2022 on Friday in Abuja He said that the subject of tutoring had been of great importance to him and added that it was the product of good tutoring According to him he is an advocate of guardianship and opposed the godfather adding that godparents often destroy their godchildren or godchildren in the long run He said mentors would push their mentees to the limit with the goal of bringing out the best in them while godparents spoon feed godchildren which he said was not sustainable I encourage you to really identify the potentials in your various organizations pick them up develop them and push them for the good of the institution and Nigeria as a whole and for your own good including in service and retirement he said Wahab said managing pressure and crisis was a critical element of leadership adding that actions taken out of anger or emotion often result in dismal results He said the course was designed to equip participants with the ability to solve personal or organizational problems with critical thinking questions He praised the experts and the participants for their good conduct and commitment during the duration of the course The Program Coordinator Brigadier General FC Eze rtd said the course would build an understanding of idea generation and problem solving Speaking on behalf of the participants Ms Caroline Olori Park Conservator for the National Park Service said the course would improve their performance in their various organizations Olori thanked the center for impacting knowledge and said that the skills they acquired during the training will be used in the organizations The Nigerian News Agency reports that the course participants came from the military paramilitary and Ministries Departments and Agencies MDA Source Credit NAN
    Army Resource Centre tasks officers on mentoring
    Defence/Security3 weeks ago

    Army Resource Centre tasks officers on mentoring

    The Director General of the Nigerian Army Resource Center (NARC), retired Major General. Garba Wahab, has urged senior military officers and other agency personnel to pay attention to the guidance of their various organizations.

    Wahab, who was represented as an investigator at NARC, Maj.-Gen. Kabiru Mukhtar, made the call at the Center's Adaptive and Critical Thinking Course Participants graduation 2/2022 on Friday in Abuja.

    He said that the subject of tutoring had been of great importance to him and added that it was the product of good tutoring.

    According to him, he is an advocate of guardianship and opposed the godfather, adding that godparents often destroy their godchildren or godchildren in the long run.

    He said mentors would push their mentees to the limit with the goal of bringing out the best in them, while godparents spoon-feed godchildren, which, he said, was not sustainable.

    “I encourage you to really identify the potentials in your various organizations, pick them up, develop them and push them for the good of the institution and Nigeria as a whole and for your own good, including in service and retirement,” he said.

    Wahab said managing pressure and crisis was a critical element of leadership, adding that actions taken out of anger or emotion often result in dismal results.

    He said the course was designed to equip participants with the ability to solve personal or organizational problems with critical thinking questions.

    He praised the experts and the participants for their good conduct and commitment during the duration of the course.

    The Program Coordinator, Brigadier General. FC Eze, (rtd) said the course would build an understanding of idea generation and problem solving.

    Speaking on behalf of the participants, Ms. Caroline Olori, Park Conservator for the National Park Service, said the course would improve their performance in their various organizations.

    Olori thanked the center for impacting knowledge and said that the skills they acquired during the training will be used in the organizations.

    The Nigerian News Agency reports that the course participants came from the military, paramilitary and Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDA).

    Source Credit: NAN

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