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Wake up call for Nigerian youths

2015-02-03 13:46
Israel Godsprince Comments: 29 Article views: 0
Back in those days in school, we were told that the youths are the leaders of tomorrow, but my questions are: When will the tomorrow comes? and can't the youths stand up and fight for their rights instead of using the youths as political thugs?

Common Naija wake up n take your destinies in your hands, let these old men go back to their villages and rest. Enough is enough.

Is it a crime for a youth in Nigeria to contest for a seat in the governorship and even presidential level?

Why not stop being a nuisance and war machines to kill innocent youths like you who have great destinies and determinations?

For how long are we going to be selling our rights for piece of cake? Are we going to remain silent and let these old men kill our dreams and careers?

We re the leaders of tomorrow and the tomorrow is now. Nigeria wake up. Youth wake up, the sleeping giants in you and act now.

A word is enough for the wise.
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