A Question For Nigerian Youths

14

Everyone seems to complain about bad leadership and governance in Nigeria. Assuming we continue as an entity called Nigeria beyond 2023, what do you think about these questions. In a nation with 70% of its youth below the age of 30 years, what is the way forward? 1. More than 300 days after #EndSars protest against police brutality & bad leadership, what progress or impact has it made? 2. If presented with APC & PDP in 2023, can we change the narrative? Or do we go with the tested but failed options available? 3. According to UN 2019 statistics, over 81m Nigerians living in absolute poverty with miserable literacy rates and high unemployment rates, do you think we can choose the right set of leaders in this country under such conditions without vote-buying? 4. Should we continue to allow leaders above the age of 60 years (A failed generation) who constitute less than 5% of Nigeria's population to continue to mislead us? 5. How long will Nigeria continue with failed leadership? Are we saying nothing can be done? God bless every hardworking, fearless & Godly Nigeria youths.

NB: Stories are shared by community members. The article does NOT represent the official view of NaijaWorld and the author is SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for this article
Comments

About Us
Join the discussion. Share and discuss posts with other naijaworlders.
Related Stories
thumbnail
I’m Not Retiring From Politics, I Will Be Active Even Beyond 2023 – Gov Ganduje
thumbnail
I Have No Intention To Join Politics
thumbnail
Ayade Is Material For National Politics- Garba Shehu
thumbnail
Political Entertainment With MESSIAH. ONI, Ayodeji Anthonyeshua
thumbnail
Sunday Service Suspended In SCOAN Over TB Joshua’s Death, Members Weep [PICS]
thumbnail
JUNE 12: I Go Fire You – Police Officer Threatens To Shoot Journalists [PHOTOS]
thumbnail
Ndokwa Women Vow To Support Osanebi Continually. Ndokwa Women Today Vowed To C
thumbnail
Akpabio’s Gbaramatu Gamble That Saves PMB Yet Again.
thumbnail
Chris Ngige: Buhari Is Afraid Of Breaching The Constitution
thumbnail
Airtel Tops Losers' Chart In Nigerian Stock Exchange
Related Stories
thumbnail
I’m Not Retiring From Politics, I Will Be Active Even Beyond 2023 – Gov Ganduje
thumbnail
I Have No Intention To Join Politics
thumbnail
Ayade Is Material For National Politics- Garba Shehu
thumbnail
Political Entertainment With MESSIAH. ONI, Ayodeji Anthonyeshua
thumbnail
Sunday Service Suspended In SCOAN Over TB Joshua’s Death, Members Weep [PICS]
thumbnail
JUNE 12: I Go Fire You – Police Officer Threatens To Shoot Journalists [PHOTOS]
thumbnail
Ndokwa Women Vow To Support Osanebi Continually. Ndokwa Women Today Vowed To C
thumbnail
Akpabio’s Gbaramatu Gamble That Saves PMB Yet Again.
thumbnail
Chris Ngige: Buhari Is Afraid Of Breaching The Constitution
thumbnail
Airtel Tops Losers' Chart In Nigerian Stock Exchange