Former Minister of Education and presidential candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN), Dr Obi Ezekwesili visited former Head of State, Ibrahim Babangida at his mansion in Minna yesterday.
Dr Ezekwesili was on his way from El Amin International School, Minna where she spoke to the students on Human Capital Development. The school is owned by Ibrahim Babangida, known as IBB.
This morning, Ezekwesili said about the meeting;
“I had a very candid conversation with former head of state, Ibrahim Babangida in Minna after my speech on Human Capital Development at El Amin School yesterday. I made it clear that Nigeria must be taken out of the clutches of the Old Order. This is our mission.”
Dede is an accomplished literary critic and public commentator with a penchant for telling compelling stories. An avid Man City fan, he lives in Lagos.
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