Aliyu Ibrahim Gebi

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Introducing Honorable Aliyu Ibrahim Gebi.


Honorable Aliyu Ibrahim Gebi was born on the 19th of January, 1975 to the family of Alhaji Ibrahim Gebi and late Maryam Gebi in Bauchi State. He attended Kobi Primary School Bauchi and graduated from Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Bauchi State in the year 1998 where he studied Computer Science with Advanced Mathematics. He became an expert in software engineering before being elected into the 7th National Assembly as an Honorable Member Championing the interest of his people, Bauchi Federal Constituency, Bauchi State. He doubled as the Chairman, House Committee on Internal Security and Deputy Chairman, ECOWAS Parliament on Trade, Customs and Free Movement of Persons where he represents the ECOWAS Parliament in different capacities.

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Increased investment in physical capital such as factories, machinery, and roads will lower the cost of economic activity. This higher productivity can increase output which can increase its GDP.


There is no medical system in Nigeria. Our healthcare is deteriorating by the hour and the Nigerians who are skilled and capable need better incentives to stay and work for us.

Social Structure

Every Nigerian needs therapy. We need to have honest conversations with each other to properly tackle the misconstrued ideologies that has built the foundations of our ways of thinking. Only then can we enact the change we desire.

Foreign policy

we have a very weak foreign policy, our relationships with other countries need to be more than just photographs with representatives. We need to build strong, stable relationships that would amount to mutual benefits for us and our counterparts.


Inadequate, there is need to decentralize the educational system, allowing each state to provide knowledge tailored to the needs of the people. We need less systematic education and more life enlightenment. Furthermore, Nigeria should deeply consider allowing our education to thrive in our local dialects.


The family is the axis on which our world spins, we are essentially traditional people who hold values and culture dear. We need to promote responsible parenting, every family should learn to be responsible for themselves and their kids.

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