The roadmap to global prosperity championed by united nation development programme which was known many years back Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) was replaced by Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to adapt present reality – threat of extinction occasioned by rapid degradation of natural resources, environment pollution, and climate change. If this change is to make any ripple effect in the sand of time then it must be propagation using the right channel or tool, that is, education. Education, especially the type the lead to a vocational and skill acquisition, industrial and technological development has been from the beginning of time the ideal if not the only tool for national development, economic enlightenment and selfreliance and citizenship empowerment. Hence, this study reveals the historical background, goals and scope of Technical and Vocational Education (TVET) and the concept of sustainable development principles, goals and strategies. The study also brings to the limelight, various veritable tools needed for national sustainability development. Conclusively, the study also identified the failures of the Technical and Vocational Education (TVET) as a tools needed for national sustainability development, and the challenges encountered in Nigeria. This paper study also, recommended various strategies to make Technical and Vocational Education (TVET) as a veritable tool for national sustainability in Nigeria..