Online Symposium

Universal health for all: A Case Study of NHIS – Wale Irokosu

Whilst, we (YP) will love to be in power to improve the lives of Nigerians as soon as possible, we understand 2019 is a long shot. Nonetheless, we believe we can still improve the lots of Nigerians in many ways outside power. A government is only as good as its competition (opposition). Effective opposition is key to optimal government performance. We intend to keep the government on its toes in due course.

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Poor learning outcomes in Nigerian public schools - By Yusuf Muhammad Damisah

The focus of this symposium is on the Primary School which is the foundation for all learning. The problem of the quality of government schools is so poor that it is often not worth parents investments and opportunity costs to send their children to school. An NGO in Zaria assessed the reading skills of 1000 graduates of rural Kaduna schools and found that 70% could not read a single word.

My first daughter graduated from primary school and cant read a word. I wont send my second daughter, said one mother.

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Delegate System: Our Political Headache - By Abdulkadir Buhari Sa'ee

Delegate system of adopting/electing candidate affects everyone, so everyone is a stakeholder. Before we delve deep into explaining the topic under discussion, it is very pertinent to understand some key terms; like Primary election and perhaps it's forms.

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Educational Awareness Among Nigeria Youth on Election Violence -By Dr MB Ibrahim

I will like to discuss the above subject matter on 3 points.
The points are:
(1) Re -orientation of youth on constitutional provisions on the danger of election violence,
(2) Religious leader intervention, and
(3) Role of Traditional rulers in educating the youth on the danger of election violence.

These three points could be considered as political, religious and traditional ways of given comprehensive awareness to youth on election violence.

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Nurturing of Pragmatic and Circumspect Leaders as a Panacea to Poor Leadership in Nigeria - By Samaila Ahmad

Owing to the thought-provoking composition of the theme, I find it pertinent to divide its corpus meticulously into three parts with a workable conclusion. Firstly, nurturing; secondly, pragmatic and circumspect leaders; and, thirdly, poor leadership.

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Significance of reforms and building strong institution - By Dr. M B Ibrahim

Reform could be seen as a way of making changes in an institution or an organization with regards to the law of the institution or structures in processes of improving the organization or implementing total change for the development of the institution. So as we all know, Nigeria as a nation is an institutions egalitarian and self-reliance nation as enshrined in the National Policy on Education.

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ASUU and its achievements in the Nigerian university system - By Engr. Dr. Ibrahim Yahuza

History of ASUU

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Students' Rights as a Paradigm Shift In Nigeria's Tertiary Academic Institutions"- Zubair Bambale

The programme will be into (3) segments.
The guest talks about himself and the theme for 30minutes
Moderators ask some questions for 10minutes.
Others(members) ask questions for 20minutes.

Okay Gentlemen and ladies we have our presenter in the House ,a legal luminary and an astute academician. You are welcome Sir

My presentation is entitled "STUDENTS' RIGHTS AS A PARADIGM SHIFT IN NIGERIA'S TERTIARY ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS"

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Adoptable Livelihood Strategies for Youths – Abraham Abbah Dele

As we anticipate a good government over us, we must give ourselves a good government first from WITHIN. It is called SELF-GOVERNMENT. That ability to rule yourself, manage your uniqueness, deploy your potentials, position yourself for and to take opportunities and most importantly manage the world of people around you from within you. Simply put to be able to bring yourself to that point where you now respond and not react to people, government, time, events and place is what I refer to self-government.

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Women In Politics: A Necessity - Ummulkhairi Mukhtar Usman

Women in Nigeria sees politics as trivial and an issue that is never taken seriously, which is why we have a very low representation in all arms of government.

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