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Short Note To All Those Concerned. -#Buhari's #100days

With one corner of your mouth you abused GEJ for messing our economy with another corner of your mouth you are still abusing Our President Mohammodu Buhari for not achieving anything in the last #100days.
Have you ever  asked yourself thus: Why do I look without seeing?
You can't see because your eyes are clouded with prejudices for the president.
This is the kind of situation that makes the whites to think the generation of black race are retarded.
If this man was your father-in-law , Father, uncle or brother-in-law.
You would praise him always and defends him in public. #Hypocrites
You can't expect positive performances from someone if your destructive contributions are more than 90%
Was our good sense of positive  thinking sold during the slaves trade???
We must support Him to achieve all the pledges he made.
Read his pledges below.

President Mohammodu Buhari
pledge to:

· Commit myself and my administration to the protection and regeneration of the environment in the Niger Delta and to ensure that oil companies comply with global best practices on environmental protection.
· Sustain and streamline the human capital development in the Niger Delta, especially focusing on youth and women.
· Reform investment in infrastructural development of the Niger Delta and ensure that the NDDC is held accountable to its mandate.
Nigeria’s greatest asset is her people. My commitment is to invest in our people and ensure that they have the opportunity to achieve their full potentials and enjoy the full benefits of their citizenship, regardless of their religion, region, ethnicity, gender or disability.
I pledge to:
· Continually acknowledge our diversity and consciously promote equality and equity in all government businesses and activities.
· Implement the National Gender Policy including 35% of appointive positions for women.
· Work with the National Assembly to pass the National Disability Act and the Equal Opportunities Bill.

We must give real meaning to the old saying that Health is Wealth. We must take all possible measures to ensure that our people stay healthy, but we must also ensure that when they fall ill, they can get help.
Healthcare in Nigeria is in crises. Too many people do not get any treatment. For those who do get treated, all too often, the care they receive is poor. Far too many die from easily treatable diseases and what should be routine treatment often end in death. Furthermore, Nigeria is set to miss our MDG targets. The statistics speak for themselves.

I pledge to:
· Unveil a health sector review policy to ensure efficient and effective management of our health systems with focus on prevention.
· Ensure that no Nigerian will have any reason to go outside the country for medical treatment.
· Guarantee financial sustainability to the health sector and minimum basic health care for all.
· Review occupational health laws and immediately commence enforcement of the provisions to reduce hazards in the work place.
· Partner with State Governments and development partners to ensure all-round implementation of our primary health plans by expanding access to health insurance for rural communities.

I believe that our education system must prepare our children for the responsibilities of citizenship and prepare our youths to contribute to the development of our country. Therefore, I shall focus on restoring the lost glory of our education by implementing reforms that will bring quality back into our schools and position our universities and polytechnics to provide market-relevant skills to our youths.

I pledge to:
· Embark on a program of mass mobilisation to ensure that all children of school age, no matter where they may reside in our country, and no matter the social conditions of their parents, are in school. Working in co-operation with the State Governments, we shall make the required investments in infrastructure, learning materials, nutrition and children healthcare. To this end, UBEC Fund will be reviewed to ensure greater efficiency in utilization.
· Provide on-the-job retraining opportunities for existing teachers at both the basic and secondary levels while providing the right incentives to keep teachers in the classrooms and attract bright young men and women to take up career in teaching.
· Work with other levels of government and through relevant government agencies to allocate resources to schools while strengthening community participation in school management.
· Implement a comprehensive review of the goal and content of our secondary education to ensure that it also serves the purpose of skills acquisition and fits purpose.
· Set up Colleges of Skills and Enterprise to replace the old technical colleges. This will be done with direct participation from relevant industry and professional groups in the private sector. Based on local market demands, each of the colleges will focus on high job demand sectors of the economy such as agriculture, ICT, telecommunications, entertainment, construction, oil and gas and sports.
· Establish special purpose fund for a Secondary School level education.
· Improve the competitiveness of our universities and polytechnics and position them at the heart of the national productivity, innovation and enterprise.
· Pursue a policy of non-discrimination between the universities and the polytechnics.


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