Nigerian Graduates Are Unproductive, Says Lawan
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Senate president Ahmad Lawan says Nigeria’s educational curriculum needs to be reviewed.
The Senate president says the review will provide quality education for Nigerians, describing Nigerian graduates as unproductive.
Lawan urges the committees of the Senate to interface with the relevant ministries, department and agencies to review the educational curriculum Senate president Ahmad Lawan has called for the review of Nigeria’s educational curriculum to provide quality education, saying Nigerian graduates are unproductive.
The Senate president urged the committees of the Senate to interface with the relevant ministries, department and agencies to review the educational curriculum.
He said this in his remark during a debate by the Senate centred around improving the quality of life for Nigerians. Nigerian Tribune reports that Lawan said the country needs an education curriculum that will impart functional knowledge.
Dammylink gathers that the Senate president also said a reform in sectors of the economy is needed as some agencies of government have outlived their usefulness because they were created to drive a particular programme of the government.
Why Nigeria must be wary of foreign aid – Okorocha reveals He said: “These special purpose vehicles in the forms of government-owned agencies may have to be merged or scrapped as part of measure to free resources for the government to provide maximal benefits in other areas of the nation’s economy.”
“We have too many agencies that do not add value to the government but totally rely on allocation. We may have to merge them or scrap them.
“Many of these agencies were created to attend to certain policy and programme and may have outlived their usefulness. We just scrap them and create new ones to meet the new reality.”