Written by Emmanuel Ogbeche

AUDU PHILIP

I have two perceptions about this issue. First, for not keeping his promises, the President Muhammadu Buhari is wrong. When you say something as the president you need to fulfil it.

On the other hand, I am in support of not giving the N5,000 stipend to those who are not working or the poorest of the poor as the vice president said.

My reasons are that the President needs the money to develop some infrastructures for the training of those youths to become useful to themselves and to the nation at large.

As far as I am concerned this is the best thing to do because corruption won’t even allow the economy to grow to the level it’s supposed to be and the money won’t be valued because it is not worked for.

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