Attitudinal change and value reorientation is all we need to build a better Nigeria.
The earlier we wake up from slumber and face the reality that we have problems at hand and think of how to solve these problems the better for us or we will all fail as a nation.
In an ideal society, youths play a vital role in promoting peace, love, unity, tolerance and development but in Nigeria, the reverse is the case.
Imagine a nation with about 80 million youths, yet we are complaining of bad leadership. If 20 to 30 million Nigerian youths can organise themselves and vote for a competent leader in the 2023 general elections, it will reduce the crime rate, end lingering ASUU strikes, reduce unemployment and end agitations.
It will also give our teeming youths access to quality education, health care services and employment, and promotion of peace and development. In addition, the youths will also be able to have access to leadership positions through the building of inclusive government. Unfortunately, the youths have chosen to be enslaved by politicians.
Aminu Muhammad wrote via firstname.lastname@example.org