In the Nigeria Northern youth forum stagged a protest today in the north west.
The President of the forum BABANGIDA ABBA said, in the north west their was a low level of unemployment due to that fact that majority of we youth are not more in to education but with the introduction of different higher institution to our door step in this very region our rate of unemployment is unbearable why?
In the north west today we have at least about 60 higher institution.
In Nigeria today we are the most richest country in Africa and we are still suffering even CHINA that is the must populous country in the world are also enjoying our Constitution is not favourable as we can never develop we this useless law.
Last year President Muhammad Buhari rejetecd the following bills.
President Buhari listed the rejected Bills as Nigerian Film Corporation Bill, Immigration (Amendment) Bill, Climate Change Bill, Chattered Institute of Pension Practitioners Bill as well as Digital Rights and Freedom Bill.
Other bills earlier rejected by Buhari since 2015 include: the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB), Stamp Duties (Amendment) Bill, Electoral Act (Amendment) Bill, Industrial Development (Income Tax Relief) (Amendment) Bill, National Research and Innovation Council (Est.) Bill, National Institute of Hospitality and Tourism (Est.) Bill and National Agricultural Seeds Council Bill.
Others are Chattered Institute of Entrepreneurship (Est.) Bill, Advance Fee Fraud and Other Related Offences (Amendment) Bill, Subsidiary Legislation (Legislative Scrutiny) Bill, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (Amendment) Bill as well as five constitution amendment bills.
Also rejected are: Nigerian Peace Corps Bill, National Transport Commission Bill, Federal Road Authority (Establishment) Bill, National Broadcasting Commission Amendment Bill, National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA) Act (Amendment) Bill and Federal Polytechnics Act (Amendment) Bill. On the Peace Corps Bill he said, Pursue to section 68(4) of the constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended), I hereby convey to the House of Representatives, my decision on 25, January, 2018 to decline presidential assent to the Nigeria Peace Corps establishment bill, 2017 recently passed by the national assembly specifically, reason for the decision to decline assent to this bill include among others:
A security concerns regarding the proposed Nigeria Peace Corps bill being authorized to undertake activities currently being performed by extant security and law enforcement agencies and;
“Financial implication of funding the establishment and operations of the proposed Nigeria Peace Corps, given the scarce financial resources may pose serious challenge to the government
in what way does this government what to provide job for the youths.