Allied Congress Party of Nigeria has called on the Federal Government
to make the economy very attractive through job creation, saying such
would discourage the emigration of youths to Dubai, where he said many
Nigerian graduates had turned to drivers and cooks.
Okunriboye, stated this in an interview with our correspondent after
the party’s National Executive Council meeting held in Abuja.
proper planning; good and qualitative education and good medical
facilities. Nigeria has a lot to do. Many Nigerians now go to Malaysia,
Singapore, China and Japan for greener pastures. Dubai was not a strong
country, but a small island before. They don’t have oil but today they
have too much money. Everybody go to Dubai and when you get there, we
don’t pay in Naira.
drivers and cooks in Dubai to the extent that the advertisement was
placed in the newspapers. I am not saying that driving or cooking is not
good. We have a grade and level. They are all graduates and they were
pushed to that level because of unemployment. There is nothing wrong
with that. If Nigerians now could go to become drivers and cooks,
tomorrow, they will become conditions lesser.”
Super Eagles head coach, Stephen Keshi, has been sacked by the new
Nigerian Football Federation board over poor performance.
despite Nigeria’s win over Sudan in an African Cup of Nations Qualifier
last night. Sacked along with Keshi are his back-room coaching staff
including, Daniel Amokachi and Ike Shoronmu. All three have been offered
an NFF-sponsored coaching course in any part of the world they desire.
In the meantime, three time Eagles’ coach, Amodu Shuaibu, has been
named caretaker boss to oversee the remainder of Nigeria’s qualifiers.
Meanwhile, Nigerian sports lovers have since taken to twitter to lament/rejoice
over the news.
They further blamed the NFF for always recycling the
One Adekunle who tweets @planox86 wrote “Sacking Keshi and replacing
him with Amodu is like a Bloody backward step. We can...