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“How will the National Anthem bill help solve hunger, insecurity?” – House of Reps member, Ahmad Satomi, challenges his colleagues

A video of a member of the House of Representatives, Ahmed Satomi, challenging his colleagues over the National Anthem bill has made the rounds on social media.

In the video, Senator Satomi who represents Jere Federal constituency, Borno state, asked his colleagues how Nigeria reverting to the old National Anthem will help solve some of the current problems bedevilling the country.

‘’Me I do not know how this National Anthem will affect the well-being of the common man in Nigeria. Let’s be realistic. How will this support either hunger, banditry or improve insecurity? Let’s do what is beneficial to the common man. I concur with the minority leader. Let’s look for something that will bring development in the eyes of the international community to Nigeria.

People are talking about nanotechnology and internet optics and we are still discussing the National anthem.

There is a saying that says ‘Countries that rely on prayers will rely on the ones that do think. Please let’s think of something that will bring progress, stability, and prosperity to the economy of this nation and improve the lives of the common man’’

Members of the House of Representatives on Thursday, May 23, passed a bill that will make Nigerians revert to the old National Anthem, “Nigeria we hail thee.”

The bill sponsored by the Majority Leader of the House, Prof Julius Ihonbvere, underwent an accelerated consideration on the floor of the House before passage.

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