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Closure of Northern schools, a threat – Peter Obi warns, speaks on plans for 2023

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Former vice presidential candidate of the Folks’s Democratic Social gathering, PDP, Peter Obi, has warned politicians of looming chaos in Nigeria earlier than 2023.

Obi suggested political leaders to not be blinded by their quest for energy forward of the 2023 elections however concentrate on fixing issues of the nation, including that Nigeria is progressively collapsing underneath the load of insecurity, banditry and corruption.

Obi, expressing fear over the rising safety in Zamfara State, warned the federal government that pushing extra kids from faculty into the streets on account of insecurity might ultimately end in an unprecedented degree of chaos if nothing is finished.

In accordance with him, the closure of about 7000 faculties within the North clearly spells hazard for the nation.

When requested about his plans for 2023, Obi acknowledged that fixing the issues of Nigeria is extra vital to him than any political ambition in 2023.

The previous governor mentioned: “This nation goes by very tough occasions. Hundreds of faculties are closed within the North. Kaduna alone, as I heard, has about 5000 faculties shut down. So the entire of North collectively might have about 7000 faculties shut down.

“That is taking place at a time Nigeria has the best variety of out of faculty kids.

“Our focus needs to be on find out how to get these kids again to highschool. We live in a time when the ‘largest oil’ or nationwide treasure is schooling and human capital improvement.”

Obi referred to as on the Federal Authorities to create a secure studying setting for the scholars to return to highschool.

He urged politicians to cease specializing in the 2023 presidential election and salvage the nation from looming chaos on account of insecurity.

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