Uju Kennedy-Ohanenye, Minister of Women Affairs, has requested state governments to begin thinking about methods to incorporate students in various schools in ”urban development.”
Kennedy-Ohaneye pushed for the decrease of school days today, September 7, at the Anambra Investment Summit in Anambra, so that students might use their leisure time to manufacture necessities such as toothpicks, sanitary pads, and cotton buds. She believes that students can work in assembly lines, as is done in China.
‘’I am pleading for us to look into more production of some of these things in our society especially the necessities like the matchbox, the toothpick, cotton bud, sanitary pads, and stuff like that. Let us introduce urban development in the schools. If we can think about using Fridays as free for our children to start producing things just like they do in China. In China, even young kids get involved in production” she said
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