The Nigerian Senate on Wednesday, July 26, passed a bill which proposes 35-years as the minimum age for the office of the president.
Now Nigerian youths can contest for the post of governor or senators at the age of 30, away from the initial 40 and 35 years limit mandated by the 1999 constitution.
yes it is time yes this have been what we have been talking about when you talk about restructuring nigeria this are the stuff we want to see and hear about
You talk about making laws, you take time and listen to the people finally our Senate are now thinking in the way they ought to have been thinking, finally who come give dem sense lol
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