President Muhammadu Buhari claims that no one can prosper without a good education, therefore Nigerians understand the importance of education.
During a panel discussion at the global education summit in London, United Kingdom, on Thursday, the president stated that his administration is committed to increasing the education budget by 50% in the next two years, and that Nigeria will achieve a 100% budget increase by 2025.
He claims that no Nigerian parent makes light of education because they understand that their children will miss out on a lot if they are not educated.
Buhari stated that the country’s population presents a difficulty for any administration; nonetheless, the government and the people have recognized that education is the foundation for prosperity.
“You can’t prosper unless you have a college diploma. Anyone who has not had an education has missed out on everything. Nigerians understand the importance of education, and parents are willing to make sacrifices to guarantee that their children and wards receive an education,” Buhari stated.
Presidents Nana Akufo-Addo of Ghana, Faure Gnassingbe of Togo, Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya, and Lazarus Chakwera of Malawi were on the panel with Buhari.
The presidents discussed the unique features of their countries’ educational systems. Continue Reading More News