2023 Presidency: Education Must Be Free; SDP Candidate Adebayo Declaress Faults Tinubu’s Students Loan

On Friday, Prince Adewole Adebayo, the presidential candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), criticized Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), for his manifesto titled “Renewal of Hope 2023.”

During an appearance on Channels TV-Politics Today, Prince Adewole Adebayo chastised the APC for its inconsistencies, stating that the document may not solve the country’s problems.

According to him, the APC adopted the Renewed Hope platform in response to the SDP’s Hope Again agenda, which is a carbon copy of MKO Abiola’s manifesto from 1993.

The SDP Presidential Candidate opposed the plan to implement student loans, claiming that education is a right of all citizens and should be free.

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He suggested that the SDP’s Hope Again manifesto would end hunger and poverty in the country.

“Education is the right of every citizen and it must be free. Ask all the current leaders how much they pay for education. Buhari enjoyed free education like majority of his generation. ” Adebayo explained.

“We have money in this country. Government just need to block leakages and theft of oil. I am sure 10 percent of money being stolen through oil theft and other misappropriation would fund education sector conveniently.”

The Legal Practitioner and Media Entrepreneur urged Nigerians to vote for the SDP in the 2023 general elections because it is the only party that cares about the masses

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