I’ll fix Nigeria education sector in six months if elected president – AP Candidate; The presidential flagbearer of the Accord Party (AP), Professor Chris Imumolen, has vowed to fix Nigeria’s education sector in six months if elected as Nigeria president in 2023 general election
Imumolen, an academic, a licensed scholar, and the youngest contender for president of Nigeria, made the commitment at a meeting sponsored by the PCI movement and his friends in Lagos.
In order to accommodate Nigerians who will freely benefit from a network that creates billionaires through financial and commercial opportunities, he introduced empowerment programs for farmers and other professionals, including the “I Will Prosper” business scheme.
Imumolen, who was also present, distributed millions of dollars to numerous lucky people.
The candidate argued that the human capital of any country continues to be the most important factor, which is why he pledged to give it top priority as president and emphasized that the education sector would receive around 20% of the budget.
Imumolen promised that an overhauling strategy that gets rid of long-standing bureaucracy and corruption that have strangled the essential sector for too long will greatly improve the infrastructure in the sector.
As President, I would make sure that instructors receive payment when it is due; that the academic atmosphere will be conducive for all students;
And that there will be cross-cultural alignments as overseas students from all climes will find the Nigerian education sector appealing,” he pledged.
Imumolen has made sure that thousands of Nigerians have access to business and economic emancipation through his expertise in investment management and education.
Over 500,000 Nigerians have received scholarships from the AP flagbearer over the past 12 years, allowing them to pursue high-quality foreign education and certifications.
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