The Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, has described Nigerian graduates as unproductive, hence the need to review the educational curriculum.
He called on the committees of the senate to interface with the relevant ministries, department and agencies to review the educational curriculum of the country to provide quality education for future Nigerians.
He said it was important for the committees to carry out this assignment to know what area of intervention it would take to stimulate the quality of education in the country.
Lawan said this in his remark on the debate of the Senate over the report of the Ad-hoc committee on the 9th Senate Legislative Agenda aimed at spurring the senate at improving the quality of life for Nigerians.
The President of the Senate noted that the modern economy is not driven by the enormity of natural resources but the intellectual capacity of nations and its human resources.
He said Nigeria was in dire need of education curriculum that will impart functional knowledge and produce graduates that will compete with their contemporaries in countries like China and India.
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