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Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Nigerian youths behave like tenants in Nigeria – Donald Duke says

While speaking at the Nigeria Symposium for Young and Emerging Leaders in Lagos yesterday, former governor of Cross River, Donald Duke, said Nigerian youths have become so distant from governance that they now behave like tenants in their own country.
“Godfatherism grows out of mentorship. They are there to set you on a path, but do not let them enslave you.
Right now, Nigerian youths have the numbers to make positive changes in this country, and they should use it. There is a lot of contempt in government now because there are no consequences to wrong actions by the government. The failure in the country is the youths’ inability to aspire for better lives and situations for themselves. They behave like tenants in their own country”he said

14 comments:

donduke said...

Great guy no doubt but we need people like you to interface the youths and older generation. So start by partnering with our youths Sir.

OSINANL said...

I TIRE FOR THEM...

daniel ubong said...

Excuse me sir,ur blabbing this because u'v collected ur own share and probably done with ur own gragra.next pls.

Anonymous said...

Hahaha nope no sweet talking

Emeka Izuogu said...

2019 president loading

Anonymous said...

Donald who your talk epp? Telling stories to the youths to get votes because most adults know you are just another wash politician.

Anonymous said...

PDP is dead and APC will not take you as a member. Your political career is dead and gone, go and be a businessman.

Anonymous said...

Men was thinking abt dis jst last nyt,d youth are still at sleep

Anonymous said...

Become a godfather and find some youths to mentor. Ole buruku like you still nursing political ambition.

Vivian Reginalds said...

TRUE
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

I'm with you Mr Duke.

Anonymous said...

I'm with you Mr Duke.

Kalejaiye Adebola said...

This is rationalization at its peak. You're telling us the government has no sense of responsibility and accountability unless the youth protest against them. What a thought!

kingz larj said...

we need a leader.. youth have derailed,we only go after
material things without knowing that all good life will be easier if we take action...common my fellow youths lets do something,this is our future,for our children unborn

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