There’s huger in the land – Buhari’s Minister concedes


The Minister of State for Education, Anthony Anwukah, has conceded that Nigerians are genuinely enduring as a consequence of the current monetary retreat.

As per him, most items devoured in Nigeria are transported in, adding that Nigerians neglected to “quickly” change in accordance with the present monetary subsidence in the nation due to their “bloated” way of life.

Anwukah, a previous Vice Chancellor of the Imo State University, Owerri, made this knowm at the IMSU Law Lecture Theater amid a session sorted out by the college out of appreciation for four of its graduated class, alluded to as the “recognized legislators.”

He said, “However there are appetite and agony in the area taking after the financial accident, I realize that after this timeout, it will be better for all Nigerians.”

In her comments, the IMSU Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Adaobi Obasi, said the pith of the occasion was to respect the organization’s graduated class who had been raised and given higher and touchy portfolios.

She said, “We welcome you for moving on from IMSU. You are better than average ministers of the college.”

The four graduated class respected at the occasion were: Anwukah, Minister of State for Education; Prof. Chinedu Nwajuba, the Vice Chancellor of the Federal University, Ndufu, Ebonyi State; Prof. Chima Iwuchukwu, the Vice Chancellor, Tansian University, Umunya, Anambra State; and Prof. Charles Okoroafor, the Vice Chancellor, Gregory University, Uturu, Abia State.


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