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2023: Youths urged to eschew acts that will disintegrate Nigeria

Nigerian youths
Nigerian youths

A coalition under the aegis of the Yoruba Appraisal Forum (YAF) has advised Nigerian youths to embrace peace and eschew acts capable of disintegrating Nigeria, especially as the 2023 general election approaches.

Speaking with newsmen on Wednesday, the National Coordinator of the group, Adeshina Animashaun, also kicked against violent agitations for the secession of Yorubaland or any other part of the country from the rest of Nigeria.

He urged the youths to avoid breaching the existing peace or aiding groups and individuals acting under the guise of agitating for secession to destabilise the entire country.

“YAF enjoins all Nigerian youths to continue to maintain peace by ignoring secession agitators and their sponsors.

“We should, therefore, not give any room to unpatriotic elements to destroy the good legacies and prosperous country bequeathed to us by Nigeria’s founding fathers.

“We must strive to be among those superior characters to hold the balance of power to keep our great nation up to a high standard of civilisation. Second-rate men and women must be effectively checked and kept at bay to save our dear fatherland from avoidable collapse,” the group said.

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