The Speaker had in 2016 during his tenure as the House Majority Leader sponsored a Bill to provide access to higher education for Nigerians through interest-free loans.
The Bill, which has been reintroduced in this assembly and has gone through first reading, proposes a Nigeria Education Bank, which will be established by law to provide education for all Nigerians without any discrimination.
He said: "As we celebrate the International Youth Day, I intend to use the office of the Speaker and the instrumentality of the law to fast-track the passage of this and others Bills that are capable of restoring hope to our youth to reposition them for the tasks of nation-building and global competitiveness.
"It is indisputable that the global economy is knowledge-driven, while the private sector has continued to play a leading and pivotal role in the economic development of states and nations.
"This is why we need to transform the Nigerian Educational System and why the youth should be encouraged to broaden their skills," the Speaker said.
Rt. Hon. Gbajabiamila added, "I wish all Nigerian youths a happy International Youth Day".
Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the Speaker, House of Representatives.