As the country heads to the next general election, one thing has been disturbing MPs, MCAs and those other aspirants who have the ambition of going for those positions. That thing is the academic qualification that is set be used in the next general election.
According to sources, if all goes well, then all the people who will want to become MPs and MCAs will have to posses at least a degree in order to vie for the positions. That rule will have finished off completely many MPs and MCAs currently holding the positions who don't have that high academic qualifications but at least for now, they can have a reason to smile after they were given a lifeline by professor Wajackoyah's suggestion.
According to the top prefessor, there are leaders who were born to lead with or without the degrees and for that reason, they don't have to be laced with the degrees.
"This issue of degrees is irrelevant, some of us have so many of them that we don't even know what to do with them. We have leaders who were born to lead they don't necessarily need to be laced with the white man's degree." Said Professor Wajackoyah while speaking to K24 TV.
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