The best memories of our nation were when young people embraced nationalism and fought for the liberation of their enslaved country.
The big question, however, is – are the present crop of Nigerian youths qualified for leadership? To that, I say a big YES. When we talk about our youths, all focus must not be on the youths residing in Nigeria alone. Globally, many young Nigerians are doing the country proud and excelling in their different fields of endeavour. And YES, I have met some exceptional young Nigerians within the borders who have qualities of good and visionary leadership.
Young people both home and abroad need to know that they are at war, the nation has been captured and the fate of our nation now lies in the hands of our exceptional youths. To sit down and hope that the freedom of young persons will be given is just like hoping that dollar to Naira will fall to one to one. It will never happen. Not with the type of impunity that is now on public display.
Nigeria’s politrickians still consider our vibrant youths as being wet behind the ears to be given a fair shot at leadership. Though it is now an open knowledge that our lawbreakers are playing a key role in dragging us back on the journey of national development – because of their vile and evil greed.
I dare to say that the docility of our youths has produced many legislooters incapacitating the youths with no iota of conscience.
We should give kudos to the courageous youths who decided to champion the noble cause of challenging the status quo that has eternally failed.
This is to encourage the front-liners of the #NotTooYoungToRun bill; let this not be the end of the bill. The struggle must resume to rescue our nation from the hands of the corrupt gangs in power.
Young persons of this county are in chains and locks but they wear the key to their freedom like a shining bracelet begging for attention.
The knuckle-heads in power have knocked off the Not Too Young To Run Bill while they promote their Amnesty For Looters Bill. The much talked about revolution can only be driven by concerned young Nigerians. If we don’t fight now, we’ll be trapped in the cantankerous web of expired leaders. Expired products are as dangerous as unfinished products. The fence is no longer strong enough to carry anyone. Good people must trend good so loud that evil will be intimidated.
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