Senate President Bukola Saraki became a teacher on Friday when he held a reading session with young children from private and government schools, and orphanages.
The reading session was held to mark Children’s Day.
The book which Saraki read was ‘Ngozi Comes to Town’. It showcases the need to revitalise Nigeria’s railway system, and also discusses some of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations (UN).
The senate president also presented ‘Ethan & Harriets Lift & Learn Nigerian puzzle’ to the pupils.
The senate has been working on bills to amend and re-establish Nigeria’s railway system with the repeal and re-enactment of the Nigerian Railway Corporation Act.