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Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by megacity: 6:03am On Sep 24
I love this man
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Adelekan40(m): 6:06am On Sep 24
Nigerian youths are doing pretty well in the area of technology, the govt can support with innovative driven academic curriculum to change the tech world .
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by 0taPiaPia(m): 6:13am On Sep 24
Grammar Nazi lipsrsealed
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by lokoloko84(m): 6:14am On Sep 24
Seems,this one do not know what he is talking about?
How can you have a knowledge based economy with poor quality education, especially at the tertiary level.
Continue to decieve yourself.

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Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by hecomeshome(m): 6:14am On Sep 24
Talki talki man. All talk-and-no-action government.
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Dejyom(m): 6:16am On Sep 24
With digital, Information & communication technology performing wonders and ruling the world, Nigeria must take full advantage of its young talents in this regards towards a knowledge-based economy.
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Luckydubby7(m): 6:17am On Sep 24
Only grammar this man going about speaking.
U have in this government for 6 years plus.
All we see is hardship upon hardship.
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by ityP(m): 6:21am On Sep 24
TheRareGem1:


https://punchng.com/we-must-develop-knowledge-based-economy-for-viability-osinbajo/?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1632432455



"Buhari will tackle security, while Osinbajo will tackle the economy" grin grin grin... How has the economy been so far? Lmao
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Enyimbamercedes: 6:23am On Sep 24
Talkative

Blow big big beautiful nonsense.

Your law enforcement agents are chasing harassing the youth every day

Your government is clamping down on innovation

Yet you stand in front of a microphone that has been lowered to match your height and talk nonsense! Back it up with the right policy decisions, funding and enabling environment

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Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Randy111(m): 6:26am On Sep 24
This one always looking for different grammar to fool the already foolish zombies the more.
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by NLPoliceWoman: 6:26am On Sep 24
RTR

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Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by koolaid87: 6:35am On Sep 24
Baba, abeg leave big English and go attend to the market women
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Joyce95: 6:36am On Sep 24
Great one, You have been doing so good and continue to so Mr VP
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Daverich2006: 6:42am On Sep 24
Keep chanting useless and irrelevant sentences....

While your superior keeps pummeling Nigeria to the bin.
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by nwakibie3(m): 6:43am On Sep 24
Why is he telling us?

He should talk to his oga
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by TheGoodJoe(m): 6:45am On Sep 24
I wish Osinbajo was the President instead of Buhari. His brilliance amazes me.
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Foolishbuhari: 6:46am On Sep 24
This man speaks like he’s not a part of these government. Fücking fool!
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Didi55(m): 6:46am On Sep 24
Ok
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Randy111(m): 6:46am On Sep 24
MANNABBQGRILLS:

True that our darling and amiable Vice president.

That reminds us,
We can never ever forget this story concerning our amiable Vice president sometimes ago.
All sane, honest and hardworking Nigerians love him,
Only fraudsters and frustrated never do wells in life that have been so used to fraud and stealing detest him

NOTHING BUT TRUE LOVE For STARBOY...

The Story beside the picture, all of us @MANNABBQGRILLS were present live at the scene wink

The vice president, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo was visibly excited while visiting a community in Abuja known as Jokwei, Abuja.
He was invited by a group of local women who on their own had formed a Buhari Support Group in the neighborhood.

At end of the exercise, the VP and his team entered the bus to depart for the Villa.
A young man seeing that the vice president was exhausted and tired - ran to a nearby kiosk, bought a loaf of bread and pursued the bus.
He caught up with the bus, banged the window calling Osinbajo’s attention to his little gift, his widow’s mite.

The security men were about pushing him away, questioning his audacity when the Vice President asked that he be left alone.

Osinbajo opened his window, gladly accepted the loaf of bread from him and prayed for him for his kind spirit.


What manner of man is this ?!
Awwwwww kiss kiss kiss


Some of the people who tracked for buhari has been either killed or kidnapped by buhari's bandits. Others were seen eating grass out buhari's induced hunger and the rest has been made homeless by buhari's boko boys.

Zombie na zombie under any circumstance

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Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Softesst: 6:49am On Sep 24
"You care for people, you care for Nigerians and you care for unity in diversity. You care about differences in religion and ethnicity and you always promote peaceful coexistence." H.E Gov. El-Rufai.
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by brightsbella(m): 6:49am On Sep 24
“The focus today must be developing a knowledge based economy. The knowledge based economy referred to stands for human capital development. Education and knowledge can become productive assets to be sold for profit rather than natural resources"

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Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Deputy1111(m): 6:50am On Sep 24
Rather than natural resources, a well developed human capital remains an invaluable asset the world over. That is the best way to develop a country
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by abel619: 6:50am On Sep 24
allthingsgood:
Tbh I just pray osinbajo doesn't become president. I even prefer Kingsley moghalu, just that he's Igbo undecided undecided

I don't think you really follow Osinbajo closely, this guy is more than qualified.

Just a little flash back to when he was acting president, you would wish the president stays away completely. See ehn, person wey really know book no de lose guard.
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by TheGoodJoe(m): 6:53am On Sep 24
PristineSpaceNG:
Mr. Talk Talk. Cheap Talks

I disagree. Osinbajo is just not given the chance. A good example is the e-naira about to get launched. If not him, that project would not be happening. It is literally from his brain box and advice.

If he was in charge, things would have been far better.
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by lexy2014: 6:53am On Sep 24
Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by hales: 6:54am On Sep 24
This is highly commendable

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Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by ryd3(m): 6:54am On Sep 24
This is an unpopular opinion.

48laws of power posits that you Never outshine your master. Osinbajo is currently stopping to conquer, and not going the Atiku way. He sees solutions in challenges, and does his goodwill not just for elections or cameras ...it's who he is!
So he saw an opportunity in modular refineries, Service reflective tarrifs , enaira. He doesn't have a mindset of baning as a policy, but finding smarter ways around a challenge.

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Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by Davidic419: 6:54am On Sep 24
We have youths who can take up challenges expecially in the tech sector. We only need to maximise the potentials we have here in Nigeria so we can reap the benefit

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Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by abel619: 6:55am On Sep 24
Osinbajo is more than qualified to be president, take it to the bank. The guy speaks as one who really understand what Nigeria problem is and not only that, he understands how to go about resolving this issues.

Person wey go school no de lose guard

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Re: Osinbajo: We Must Develop Knowledge-based Economy For Viability by TheGoodJoe(m): 6:55am On Sep 24
Foolishbuhari:
This man speaks like he’s not a part of these government. Fücking fool!

What can he do? The power if the vice president is limiting. I think he has been the most active vice president in the history of Nigeria to the best of my knowledge.

He has made brilliant contributions in many ways.

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