Collective fulfilment key to Nigeria’s challenges

Agency report

Presidential hopeful, Mr Adewole Adebayo, has charged Nigerians to see the mentality of collective fulfillment as key  to getting the country out of her present challenges.
 Adebayo, a chieftain of the National Consultative Front (NCF)  gave the charge in a statement on Thursday in Abuja,  to mark his 50th birthday anniversary.
“Things that matter in this country has to be done collectively, when you wake up in the morning, you don’t cry for what you need, you cry for what the society needs,” he said.
He said there was need for all hands to be on deck to enthrone a better society for all, adding that government alone  could not do it.
He decried the current state of insecurity in parts of the country, especially in the North, saying that the narrative must change.
Adebayo, however, said there was need to improve on the county’s education curriculum to ensure better standard, to ensure the security of future generations.
He said the most important thing in the education sector was not having the best curriculum, but having fidelity to it.
He promised to ensure efficiency in the education sector if he was elected as the country’s next president,  come 2023.
He said he would do this by establishing educational policy that would give room for development from the grassroots where value, integrity and honour would be restored between teachers and students.
Adewole while noting the challenges of youths in the country, promised to ensure youth social participation and a society that would respect the rule of law.(NAN)

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