- A Nigerian man called Michael Effiom has taken to Facebook to lament the kind of life that many young people live
- Effiom said that young people are unable to achieve a goal in two years because of societal demands
- The man noted that such demands leave them burdened
A Nigerian man called Michael Effiom has made a case for Nigerian youths while speaking about the burden they carry at a young age.
Taking to his Facebook page to air his thoughts, the man spoke about the over-dependency of Nigerian families on their young ones.
According to him, in Nigerian society, most young people cannot set a goal, save towards it, and achieve it in two years because every family member at home depends solely on them for survival.
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Effiom went on to state that even churches depend on these young people's income. The man said that many young people's salaries disappear at every 15th of the next month.
He noted that this societal influence leaves young people miserably burdened and drained.
He said: "Effect of OVER DEPENDENCY in Nigerian societies. Most upcoming young people cannot set a target & achieve it in 2years because every family member at home & Churches depend solely on them, their monthly salaries disappear at every 15th of the next month. What a miserable burdened and drained societal influences. Sad isn't it???"
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a rich young Nigerian man flaunted his dad's fleet of Rolls Royce.
A Twitter user with the name Drift sensei got the whole of Twitter talking after he shared photos of him posing with his father’s Rolls Royce. When a follower asked him in amazement if his father had two Rolls Royce, the young man corrected him by saying that they are actually three; two ghosts and 1 wraith.
Another Twitter user with the name Suhail H Saulawa was dumbstruck that he had to offer some prayer.
A person with the name Duke of Africa said that whoever retweeted the tweet to his timeline really inspired him on the need to work hard.
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