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Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by Piercy(m): 2:32pm On Jan 02
grin its like asking how to fight corruption.. Broda even me I don't know
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by Dsov2016: 2:35pm On Jan 02
I would encourage Nigeria nationalism and patriotism.
I would implement a new tax regime which would tax according to your income/wealth.
implement competency test which would do away with lurkers and ensure employment/promotion based on merit.
invest heavily in agriculture in fact I would borrow Saddam or Gaddafi's model of government involvement in agriculture esp for rice and cassava for at least 2 yes before other crops as such heavy investment in rice in 4 million hectares can easily earn the country over $1billion annually and Nigeria has over 36 million hectares of arable land.
privatise the railway as it seems the required capital needed for its expansion would be to much.
revisit or revoke privatisation on power.
nationalize the transport sector esp interstate transport.
stop issuance of contracts esp road. the ministry of works is not there to be ministry of contracts and employ people to wot
invest in health sector esp putting a model where the senior minister is in charge of public healthcare, disease breakout e.t.c and the junior is in charge of health infrastructure, hospitals e.t.c and ensure the take off of the NHIS scheme.
encourage states to sell/privatise the football clubs. a full capacity stadium of about 65,000 can at the very least net a club over #890mn per season. also invest heavily in other sports, university sports to remove youths from idleness and give them a source of livelihood.
invest in the education sector and encourage both old and young to go back to school . make sure schools teach ethics. stop lecturers from striking. try all possible best to make education as free as possible. it is a right not a privilege. encourage start ups and research in the universities to encounter inventions.
in science and technology encourage think tanks and research institutes. Nigeria once had one of the best crop research institutes in the world, its time to take that position back. encourage research in alt fuel. also research paranormal claims.
discourage teen and unmarried pregnancy as this brings unwanted social trouble, also encourage adoption and discourage more than 3 children per family in order to put our population dynamics under control.
discourage the propagation of bad morals being passed by celebrities by making laws to discourage such and also discourage pirating/copyright infringement. also encourage arts and crafts and tourism
ensure the security forces are trained in public skills and punish severely those who violate human rights. let every agency know its jurisdiction and not be used for grudge or revenge mission. buy new weapons/ for them esp the police, set up an internal affairs unit that monitors officers and also hire trained psychiatrist and psychologist.
That's all for now my hands are paining me. will continue later

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Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by divinehand2003(m): 2:43pm On Jan 02
darnley16:
I'll vote for you anytime, please contest

Thanks a million my brother. This country deserves good leadership with clear vision that will deliver our nation from the shackles of corruption and poverty and redirect us along the path of unity of purpose, sustainable growth and development. We can't afford to suffer again in the hands of incompetent leaders riddled with mediocrity and foolishness.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by Blessograo(f): 2:48pm On Jan 02
For me I think the first thing will be 24/7 electricity minimum 18/7 electricity, all phone and internet charges has to drop or your leave Nigeria, all farmers begin to get loans and produce their own manures not chemical manures, all civil servants from 50 above must be retired and constant pension should be paid let the youths fill in empty vacuum left and all organisations must have a compulsory 12 pm -2pm break, fuel prices has to go back to normal, Naira's value has to increase by all means. All students from primary - university students has to have at least one sport to partake in and be serious about it so as to reduce the rate of heart diseases, every politicians in each level from senate to commissioners should be 2 from each state, and finally every one has the benefit to 60% medical insurance, then we have to bring back environmental routine every KAI official will be assigned to 2 streets, all Nigerians forces must be tried and punished for every misconduct. And any organization who doesn't obey these rules shall be sued to court by workers and say no to extra working hours except it is an emergency mostly in medical fields. Public transport has the right to no more than 150 Naira for full trip, every user of government owned buses and trains within each state shall have permanent or temporary rechargeable train tickets.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MrNigeria2018: 2:51pm On Jan 02
EternalTruths:


My brother, ibedun has a point.

Nigeria is too complicated to govern because of the diverse ethnic groups and their lack of self confident outside SS/SE oil & gas.

Therefore, I will advice that you work with members of your ethnic group to build a system that can survive & thrive outside the money coming from Abuja.

That is the mistake, Tinubu is making using Lagos wealth.

It baffles me how these Leeches called SE refuses to leave SS alone.

SE only contributed 12% of our oil production while SW contribute 21%. Why are you guys so scare to stand on your own like South South?

South South people see beyond your plan...

Lazy ass armed robbers.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by Godspowerlive: 2:52pm On Jan 02
Na to reset Nigeria so that we go back to default setting
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by divinehand2003(m): 2:54pm On Jan 02
SmartyPants:


You don't seem to understand how government works. The only authority that can do away with the senate/legislative is the legislative itself. The executive has no power over the legislative at all. If anything, it is the legislative that wields a form of power over the executive.

A supreme national conference should be constituted by my government with the aim of formulating a new and supreme national constitution which will be signed into law by Mr President. During that conference, I will use my presidential powers to lobby for what I want. Indeed, the bicameral legislative system of government shall be done away with and a more flexible legislative house will be established. The masses will be galvanised and stimulated by me power and popularity nation wide to see to it that what we want is brought to existence.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by Buzzinnn(m): 2:55pm On Jan 02
To be honest genocides and homicides will happen,finding a means to reduce the population of the country too by reducing the health facility standard(substitence), strict family planing,bilateral migration of citizens to a less crowded country,zero importation/high importation tariffs,change in the educational sector,massive industrialization,power revitalization,Road construction&lastly currency Valuation
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 2:55pm On Jan 02
ConsensusGroup:


Are you aware that the United Kingdom is made up of four countries (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) but is one nation?

And that each have their ethnic languages and cultures and dislike towards the others?

What is so special about Nigeria that you think we need individual ethnic solutions?



It is easier for 4 ethnic groups to come to an agreement than 250 ethnic groups.

Do you think it is only the Hausa Fulani people that oppose resource control.?

Don't you know that Yorubas and many Christian ethnic groups up North also oppose Resource Control.


How can Nigeria grow when most ethnic groups don't have faith outside SS/SE oil & gas
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by mybestlove(m): 2:56pm On Jan 02
divinehand2003:
I will begin by clamouring for a new constitution that will enthrone true federalism and engender peaceful existence of the highly diversified nation such as ours.

Then I will ensure that we do away with the Senate which is the engine room of corrupt practices that has bedeviled our country since our return to democratic rule.

In addition to this, I will run a capitalist economy which will see to the complete privatization of all federal government asserts. All businesses, local or international, shall be regulated by various incorruptible and legitimate regulatory agencies so as to prevent inflation and high cost of living.

Furthermore, critical areas such as Education, Agriculture and Health care will be properly managed so as to encourage food production, research and better health for all citizens.

Moreover, I will review our policies that have encourage local production of commodities by awarding tax havens to such establishments as well as other economic benefits that will further see to the reduction in the cost of services or goods in Nigeria.

I will also ensure that the local government is empowered once again to affect the lives of the people at the grassroot level by funding that level of government adequately and providing them with the legal backing as prescribed by the constitution to function effectively.

Finally, I will revamp the judicial arm of government and her systems so as to restore her integrity, autonomy, supremacy and power to decide cases courageously without fear or favor. All institutions shall be strengthened under my rule. All forms of nepotism, ethnicity, religious bigotry, tribalism and cultural bias shall be fought against aggressively by my government.

God bless the people of Nigeria, God bless the federal republic of Nigeria, and God bless all Nairalanders.
words are easy. When you enter aso rock, sit on the presidential seat your eye will open to wickedness, the evil sacrifices done there will change your crown from angelic to demonic and all these bra bra bra will be forgotten.
Nigeria is doomed. The only solution is decentralisation of power.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by Godspowerlive: 2:57pm On Jan 02
MrNigeria2018:


It baffles me how these Leeches called SE refuses to leave SS alone.

SE only contributed 12% of our oil production while SW contribute 21%. Why are you guys so scare to stand on your own like South South?

South South people see beyond your plan...

Lazy ass armed robbers.

Bros reason b4 u talk don just talk because u get mouth. Any way come collect money go buy sense it like the one u bought the other day has finish.

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Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 2:59pm On Jan 02
Mariangeles:
OMG! When I become the president, Nigeria will be the best place on earth...My main priority would be:
The Education sector
The Health sector
The Agricultural sector
The Power sector...I will touch lives from the urban the rural areas, the minimum wage will be above the poverty level.
I make people happy, I listen to people's plight...it's endless...


Which money will you use to achieve all these things.?

Don't mention SS/SE oil & gas because if you do, the Resource Control / True Federalism won't stand.

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Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by SmartyPants(m): 2:59pm On Jan 02
divinehand2003:


A supreme national conference should be constituted by my government with the aim of formulating a new and supreme national constitution which will be signed into law by Mr President. During that conference, I will use my presidential powers to lobby for what I want. Indeed, the bicameral legislative system of government shall be done away with and a more flexible legislative house will be established. The masses will be galvanised and stimulated by me power and popularity nation wide to see to it that what we want is brought to existence.

You cannot do this without:

1. The agreement of the National Assembly first;
2. After which you require the agreement of the people by way of referendum.

In other words, forget it. This is practically impossible.

We need a president who can set realistic and achievable goals.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by divinehand2003(m): 3:00pm On Jan 02
Dsov2016:
I would encourage Nigeria nationalism and patriotism.
I would implement a new tax regime which would tax according to your income/wealth.
implement competency test which would do away with lurkers and ensure employment/promotion based on merit.
invest heavily in agriculture in fact I would borrow Saddam or Gaddafi's model of government involvement in agriculture esp for rice and cassava for at least 2 yes before other crops as such heavy investment in rice in 4 million hectares can easily earn the country over $1billion annually and Nigeria has over 36 million hectares of arable land.
privatise the railway as it seems the required capital needed for its expansion would be to much.
revisit or revoke privatisation on power.
nationalize the transport sector esp interstate transport.
stop issuance of contracts esp road. the ministry of works is not there to be ministry of contracts and employ people to wot
invest in health sector esp putting a model where the senior minister is in charge of public healthcare, disease breakout e.t.c and the junior is in charge of health infrastructure, hospitals e.t.c and ensure the take off of the NHIS scheme.
encourage states to sell/privatise the football clubs. a full capacity stadium of about 65,000 can at the very least net a club over #890mn per season. also invest heavily in other sports, university sports to remove youths from idleness and give them a source of livelihood.
invest in the education sector and encourage both old and young to go back to school . make sure schools teach ethics. stop lecturers from striking. try all possible best to make education as free as possible. it is a right not a privilege. encourage start ups and research in the universities to encounter inventions.
in science and technology encourage think tanks and research institutes. Nigeria once had one of the best crop research institutes in the world, its time to take that position back. encourage research in alt fuel. also research paranormal claims.
discourage teen and unmarried pregnancy as this brings unwanted social trouble, also encourage adoption and discourage more than 3 children per family in order to put our population dynamics under control.
discourage the propagation of bad morals being passed by celebrities by making laws to discourage such and also discourage pirating/copyright infringement. also encourage arts and crafts and tourism
ensure the security forces are trained in public skills and punish severely those who violate human rights. let every agency know its jurisdiction and not be used for grudge or revenge mission. buy new weapons/ for them esp the police, set up an internal affairs unit that monitors officers and also hire trained psychiatrist and psychologist.
That's all for now my hands are paining me. will continue later


I like your views. The only problem you might face is with the present 1999 military constitution which has empowered some disgruntled elements to truncate the plans of the president. Why not go for a better constitution instead?
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by deavicky(m): 3:00pm On Jan 02
Will purge the Education sector.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 3:02pm On Jan 02
DeepSight:


Read what you wrote here carefully 100 times please.

Surely after that you should be able to see that you have just made the argument for devolution of powers/ restructuring.


God bless you.

Some people are just boasting about what they will do without asking themselves where the money will come from.

Any Nigerian who thinks of building Nigeria through SS/SE oil & gas can never accept Resource Control & True Federalism.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by divinehand2003(m): 3:02pm On Jan 02
Dsov2016:
I would encourage Nigeria nationalism and patriotism.
I would implement a new tax regime which would tax according to your income/wealth.
implement competency test which would do away with lurkers and ensure employment/promotion based on merit.
invest heavily in agriculture in fact I would borrow Saddam or Gaddafi's model of government involvement in agriculture esp for rice and cassava for at least 2 yes before other crops as such heavy investment in rice in 4 million hectares can easily earn the country over $1billion annually and Nigeria has over 36 million hectares of arable land.
privatise the railway as it seems the required capital needed for its expansion would be to much.
revisit or revoke privatisation on power.
nationalize the transport sector esp interstate transport.
stop issuance of contracts esp road. the ministry of works is not there to be ministry of contracts and employ people to wot
invest in health sector esp putting a model where the senior minister is in charge of public healthcare, disease breakout e.t.c and the junior is in charge of health infrastructure, hospitals e.t.c and ensure the take off of the NHIS scheme.
encourage states to sell/privatise the football clubs. a full capacity stadium of about 65,000 can at the very least net a club over #890mn per season. also invest heavily in other sports, university sports to remove youths from idleness and give them a source of livelihood.
invest in the education sector and encourage both old and young to go back to school . make sure schools teach ethics. stop lecturers from striking. try all possible best to make education as free as possible. it is a right not a privilege. encourage start ups and research in the universities to encounter inventions.
in science and technology encourage think tanks and research institutes. Nigeria once had one of the best crop research institutes in the world, its time to take that position back. encourage research in alt fuel. also research paranormal claims.
discourage teen and unmarried pregnancy as this brings unwanted social trouble, also encourage adoption and discourage more than 3 children per family in order to put our population dynamics under control.
discourage the propagation of bad morals being passed by celebrities by making laws to discourage such and also discourage pirating/copyright infringement. also encourage arts and crafts and tourism
ensure the security forces are trained in public skills and punish severely those who violate human rights. let every agency know its jurisdiction and not be used for grudge or revenge mission. buy new weapons/ for them esp the police, set up an internal affairs unit that monitors officers and also hire trained psychiatrist and psychologist.
That's all for now my hands are paining me. will continue later



I like your views. The only problem you might face is with the present 1999 military constitution which has empowered some disgruntled elements to truncate the plans of the president. Why not go for a better constitution instead?
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 3:08pm On Jan 02
Kendrick80:
provide 24hrz electricity supply(1st& 2nd term goal)
The next president should continue from there


divinehand2003 :

ebig21

Bollinger

stanisbaratheon

emmahot

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micgray100

Emmanuelpopson

jabioro


ezelous

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transformed

Cuba62

c733d

Dsov2016

Blessograo

Buzzinnn

deavicky

Where will the money come from to develop Nigeria.?

If it comes from SS/SE oil & gas, how then will you achieve Restructuring/True Federalism which has Resource Control as one if it's pillars.?

This is the dilemma of every leader

1) Decentralize Nigeria and lose the control over SS/SE oil & gas

2) Stick to the Status Quo and Keep Nigeria forever in the state of potentiality until oil & gas loses value and we become like poor Ghana.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by divinehand2003(m): 3:09pm On Jan 02
SmartyPants:


You cannot do this without:

1. The agreement of the National Assembly first;
2. After which you require the agreement of the people by way of referendum.

In other words, forget it. This is practically impossible.

We need a president who can set realistic and achievable goals.

Jonathan almost achieved it. Besides, as a smart president, I ought to ensured that my candidates are chosen as Senate president and speaker of house of assembly. In addition to this I will ensure that I place strategic men to occupy key positions in the NASS. I won't be as dull as Buhari who let the process run haywire to his own detriment.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by DeepSight(m): 3:12pm On Jan 02
AnonyNymous:

The British operate a unitary government though.

The Unitary Government that peacefully allowed a Scottish referendum on Independence abi?
The Unitary Government that fields different football teams for England, Scotland and Wales in international competitions abi?

Please the scenario is very different from this country where the discussion on any independence referendum alone is already seen as treason. . . .

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Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by divinehand2003(m): 3:13pm On Jan 02
EternalTruths:


divinehand2003 :

ebig21

Bollinger

Where will the money come from to develop Nigeria.?

If it comes from SS/SE oil & gas, how then will you achieve Restructuring/True Federalism which has Resource Control as one if it's pillars.?

This is the dilemma of every leader

1) Decentralize Nigeria and lose the control over SS/SE oil & gas

2) Stick to the Status Quo and Keep Nigeria forever in the state of potentiality until oil & gas loses value and we become like poor Ghana.

Decentralization and total resource control will be one of the major things that I will achieve in my administration. Remember, all states will be made to pay tax to the FG which will be a major source of revenue for my government.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by skedman(m): 3:18pm On Jan 02
If i am opourtune to become the president of this great country. I will start by sacking or giving compulsory retirement to all senior staffs of all the government parastatal.the civil servant are our problem they are the ones giving those politicians avenue to steal and they themselves have stolen so much that they can establish their own company without a bank loan and they got the experience.This will be the best rather than telling a new graduate that has no money nor experience to become an enterpreneur. We must be joking . After the compulsory retirement or sack all the junior workers will be promoted and new graduate will be employed with good training on the job and ethical standard will be maintained .with this i have solve the problem of unemployment in the country. The sack senior civil servant will be paid all is entitlement and forced to establish a business that will employ and also the newly employed. Nigeria will become better .
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by tayo60(f): 3:20pm On Jan 02
Its easier said than done. Ask Mr President how far he has gone in implementing all his promises before he was elected. To govern a country , u think it easy?
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by mrskillz: 3:29pm On Jan 02
EternalTruths:



Nigeria as a whole can't be fixed.

You and your Ethnic group can fix yourselves but not Nigeria as a whole.

That is why I belief Ethnic Groups like the Igbos should band together and workout their solutions rather than wait for the whole country.


The Igbos should find a system that can sustain them outside Abuja influence.



It is easier for 4 ethnic groups to come to an agreement than 250 ethnic groups.

Do you think it is only the Hausa Fulani people that oppose resource control.?

Don't you know that Yorubas and many Christian ethnic groups up North also oppose Resource Control.

How can Nigeria grow when most ethnic groups don't have faith outside SS/SE oil & gas.


There is more crude oil in SW than SE
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 3:30pm On Jan 02
divinehand2003:


Decentralization and total resource control will be one of the major things that I will achieve in my administration. Remember, all states will be made to pay tax to the FG which will be a major source of revenue for my government.

Thanks for your response

Now, let me educate you a bit through an interactive questioning.

How will you convince the Hausa Fulani, Non-Lagos Yorubas and many oil & gas starved ethnic groups in the North to accept Decentralization / Resource Control that will cut them off from easy & free SS/SE oil & gas.?
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 3:32pm On Jan 02
skedman:
If i am opourtune to become the president of this great country. I will start by sacking or giving compulsory retirement to all senior staffs of all the government parastatal.the civil servant are our problem they are the ones giving those politicians avenue to steal and they themselves have stolen so much that they can establish their own company without a bank loan and they got the experience.This will be the best rather than telling a new graduate that has no money nor experience to become an enterpreneur. We must be joking . After the compulsory retirement or sack all the junior workers will be promoted and new graduate will be employed with good training on the job and ethical standard will be maintained .with this i have solve the problem of unemployment in the country. The sack senior civil servant will be paid all is entitlement and forced to establish a business that will employ and also the newly employed. Nigeria will become better .


How many graduates are unemployed.?

Sacking those guys, will it be enough to employ all of them.?
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 3:36pm On Jan 02
mrskillz:



There is more crude oil in SW than SE


I will educate you better after you find out if Delta and Rivers have indigenous Igbo population.?

Find out the ethnic group of Obigbo in Rivers state which has the highest oil reserve in Nigeria.?

Find out the state with the largest gas reserve in Nigeria.?

Find out the ethnic group with the largest oil & gas reserve alongside the Ijaw nation.?


When you do this, then we will talk.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 3:38pm On Jan 02
tayo60:
Its easier said than done. Ask Mr President how far he has gone in implementing all his promises before he was elected. To govern a country , u think it easy?

Most of them have not ask themselves where the money will come from.?

Most of them don't know that if they plan to keep spending the money from SS/SE oil & gas, they won't be able to Restructure Nigeria.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by Philtrik(m): 3:39pm On Jan 02
The first thing I'll do is resign.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by SmartyPants(m): 3:42pm On Jan 02
divinehand2003:


Jonathan almost achieved it. Besides, as a smart president, I ought to ensured that my candidates are chosen as Senate president and speaker of house of assembly. In addition to this I will ensure that I place strategic men to occupy key positions in the NASS. I won't be as dull as Buhari who let the process run haywire to his own detriment.

Never. Under Jonathan there was a sovereign national conference indeed, but the issues that were tabled certainly did not include any abrogation of the National Assembly, which can be done only through the National Assembly itself, going through the process i outlined in my previous post. Anything else is treason and is immediate grounds for impeachment.

Secondly you are saying you will get it done by placing key men in strategic locations? This would work only if the goal is to pass regular bills and such but a bill basically asking the legislative to destroy itself will not see the light of day and it should not for that matter. This is not only unconstitutional and unlawful, it also gravely violates the principles of separation of powers and would undermine our democracy, and could pave the way for a dictatorial government.

Here are the unconsidered factors with your plan:

1. National Assembly will never agree to such an idea
2. The mere suggestion will cost you points with the media and the public who will begin to clamour against your apparent undemocratic moves
3. The military will then be spurred on first by the illegitimacy of your government's actions and secondly by the dissent of the people, to step in.

The best case scenario is that your government will not last beyond 4 years and in the worst case, a military coup will usher you out of power so fast that you won't even get to know what it feels like to sleep in the presidential bed for even one night.
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by Jabioro: 3:47pm On Jan 02
EternalTruths:


divinehand2003 :

ebig21

Bollinger

stanisbaratheon

emmahot

perge

micgray100

Emmanuelpopson

jabioro


ezelous

nextstep

misgab


transformed

Cuba62

c733d

Dsov2016

Blessograo

Buzzinnn

deavicky

Where will the money come from to develop Nigeria.?

If it comes from SS/SE oil & gas, how then will you achieve Restructuring/True Federalism which has Resource Control as one if it's pillars.?

This is the dilemma of every leader

1) Decentralize Nigeria and lose the control over SS/SE oil & gas

2) Stick to the Status Quo and Keep Nigeria forever in the state of potentiality until oil & gas loses value and we become like poor Ghana.
Re read my comment it has unique emblement..
Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by lot14: 3:47pm On Jan 02
Will fix 1.electricity and build new refineries..key to a healthy economy... 2. change or amend the constitution to suit current political issues.. 3. Health insurance and Agriculture improvement

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