PRESIDENCY: We’ll Give Education Priority if Elected — Kwankwaso

Written by Pyramid FM Kano

By: Sani Haruna Dutsin-ma

Former Minister of Defense, Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso says, education is one of his priorities when elect as president of Nigeria in 2023 general elections. 

Rabiu Kwankwaso made this known in Gusau the Zamfara State Capital while addressing newsmen shortly after commissioning some NNPP party offices across the state.

Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso who is also the former governor of Kano state and Presidential Candidate of New Nigeria Peoples Party-NNPP, said his administration will give priority to education and youth empowerment as a means of rebuilding the country.

According to him,  education is the foundation of both human, material, natural, physical, economic and social development of any nation or society to enable citizens to become self reliant.

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He added that, over 20 million children are out-of-school children in Nigeria pledging to ensure that, the children were given sound education, from primary school to tertiary level.

The Presidential candidate further explained that, the socio-economic and political challenges currently confronting the country are direct consequences of poor education that has resulted in poverty and unemployment among the teeming youth.

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As former Minister of Defense, he assured to make it different as the two ruling parties in the past have failed to strategies more efforts to address the issue of security challenges bedeviling northern region and the country at large.

The former governor of Kano state also thanks the supporters of the party for the warm reception, and expressed optimism that NNPP will win the 2023 general elections m spite of propaganda being carried to underrate NNPP and its popularity across the country.

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