Wednesday, February 24, 2016


Child labor is a real problem in Nigeria

Since the new government got elected, it seems like the situation in Nigeria has only gotten worse. I'm confused about the whole "CHANGE," campaign strategy of President Buhari. The change I expected was positive change from former president's; Goodluck regime. The power supply situation has only gotten worse and petrol is scarce. Nigerians can only expect to have about 20 or less hours of power supply per week. Which is absolutely ridiculous and unacceptable. Trillions of Naira have been spent on the power industry within the last 10 to 15 years yet nothing has seemed to change. I have a feeling that the government does not want to improve the power supply industry because of the millions they make from the sale of generators to Nigerians. Another aspect of the economy that needs dire and immediate improvement is the schools. The ministry of eduction has diminished drastically. Millions of school aged children between the ages of 6 and 17 are not in school. Those who can afford to be in school, the facilities are too out of date and limited in supply to meet the needs of the millions of school aged children. The value of Naira has drastically depreciated leading to a spike in the prices of goods and services. There are thousands of workers who are yet to be paid their salaries. Nigeria needs God's intervention ASAP! Here is a very nice article for those of you who are interested.

#News: Obstacles to basic #education in #Nigeria

Posted by Total Politics Magazine on Wednesday, 24 February 2016