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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Nigerian Senate Approves New Age Qualification For Political Offices

This approval was given at The Constitution Review Exercise Yesterday July 26,2017.

This is great News and we hope this approval will not be in paperwork only...With the Education/poverty is in Nigeria these days at 25 years,some people are yet to get into school and make a meaning of their lives....

Let us see how this plays out.

What do you think about the ages approved?






19 comments:

  1. There should be age limit too. We don't want a 99yr old president to rule US in the nearest future. We have learnt our lesson.

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  2. They forgot to include the maximum age that is not eligible.

    35 years old and above for president and if the person is 79, he/she is still qualified to run right? ....Cunny people!

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    1. Don't mind the animals! They want their children to be running for the posts! How many young Nigerians get 300million to buy the aspirants ticket

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  3. 95% of their kids are graduates at 18. By 25 they portfolio and experience will be rich.

    I hope the middle class Nigerian will be given opportunity in the nearest future

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  4. Wow great news. This means I can contest in 2019 as the president of this great nation. Let me start from here, O great bvs of SDK blog vote for me as the first female president of Nigeria for Accountability and Transparency.

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  5. They did dis for Saraki to contest as President and his son will contest as Governor of Kwara State. All of the agree to this in order to introduce their sons and daughters into the office earlier, so no need to have godson anymore but ur own son.

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    1. I tell you..
      God dey

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  6. How about the maximum age!!, Wayo pipu.

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  7. This is good development, but surely for themselves and children

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  8. It only empowers the elite's kids to run. How many Nigerian youths at 25 to 35 have started a career? The Elites just want to transfer power to their kids after they are drunk with it.

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  9. At 25? That means more fights in the "National Axembly"

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  10. This is where copying western countries won't help us. At 25 a western youth has gotten a phd if he/she so wishes or advanced in a career, garnered experienced that are relevant for public office. But at 25, the Nigerian youth is still in the job market with a lot of responsibilities. If given public office, there is no experience and all he will do is looting and pursuit of fantacies!

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  11. At 25, some are still struggling with jamb.

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  12. Nigeria has a big problem that transcends age limit for public officials... Dino Melaye and Yahaya Bello are youths in their early 40s, what have they done differently?

    Check the SUG in universities, the executives have been embezzling funds since 1800.I have not heard any university having surplus after the tenure of each SUG, check all the thieves in government now, they have served in the SUG at one time or the other, that's where they perfect the act of corruption. I am sorry for my country!!! We need an overhaul and complete CHANGE!!!

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