Shina Peller encourages youths not to give up on Nigeria as he celebrates 44th birthday

Shina Peller encourages youths not to give up on Nigeria as he celebrates 44th birthday

- Nightlife entrepreneur Shina Peller has used the occasion of his birthday to advise Nigerian youths

- Peller encouraged them not to give up on the country

- The House of Rep member prophesied hope and many opportunities

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Nightlife entrepreneur and House of Rep member, Shina Peller, is celebrating his birthday on Thursday, May 14, 2020. Peller clocked 44 and he has taken to his social media page to celebrate with his fans and followers.

In the mood of celebration, the nightlife entrepreneur shared lovely photos with deep insight into how he feels about his new age.

Appreciating God for being able to contribute his quota to the nation-building as a legislator, Peller said that the Covid-19 crisis has given him a lot of opportunity for sober reflection. According to him, his conscience keeps pricking him and urging him to do more. He noted that he believes that he can do more.

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The House of Reps member said that he has decided to make nation-building his life's purpose while calling on every young person to join him in building the Nigeria of their dreams.

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"A Nigeria where our passport is respected globally. However, I have come to terms with the fact that without the active participation of the Nigerian youth, it is an effort in futility. We have to change our nonchalant attitude towards the affairs of this country," he said.

Peller encouraged young people not to give up on Nigeria as he prophesied hope and opportunity.

"The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way and manner we live and do things. It has also exposed our infrastructural voids and it has revealed the urgency for achieving the SDGs. Things won't be the same again," he stated.

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According to him, the pandemic also presents an opportunity for Nigerian youths to use their talents.

"The post-COVID-19 era comes with a different challenge and presents fresh opportunities. And I see fertile ground for young Nigerians to use their abundant talents to mould the kind of country they deserve," he said.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that veteran actor Yinka Quadri celebrated his son as he added another year.

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