Yemi Osinbajo, Nigeria’s vice president and professor of law is sad that the country is the world poverty capital.
This was made known on Tuesday while speaking a dinner and Interactive Session with Faculty Members, Harvard Business School (HBS) on Tuesday in Lagos.
“I think what keeps me up at night has to do with extreme poverty; the issue is that the largest number of those who vote for us are the very poor.”
“The promises that government makes to them is that their lives will be better and obviously they are looking at their lives being better in the shortest possible time.”
“I will like to see Nigeria being an industrialised nation in the next 10 years; a very strong middle class and most people living above poverty line.’’