2023 Elections: Nigerian Youths Not Ready, They Like Money, Thuggery, Concerned Man Bares His Mind in Video

2023 Elections: Nigerian Youths Not Ready, They Like Money, Thuggery, Concerned Man Bares His Mind in Video

  • A Nigerian man has come out boldly to state that the Nigerian youths are not yet ready to take over leadership of the country
  • According to the man who spoke to LegitTV, the youth prefer to be given money and cars instead so that they will become thugs
  • His comments are coming at a time when there is clamour for the political establishment to create space for more youths to participate in politics

A Nigerian man has heaped the blame for the lack of youthful leaders in the country on the youth themselves.

The man who spoke to LegitTV in an interview said the youth are not ready to take over leadership in the country.

Nigerian man has said youths are not ready to takeover leadership positions in the country.
The concerned man has said youth prefer to be given money instead. Photo credit: LegitTV
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Youth prefer money, cars, and thuggery

According to the Nigerian man, it appears youth prefers to be given money and cars by the ruling class.

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He also said youths like to be used as thugs. His words:

"The youth prefer to be hired with N10 million with the gift of a car to go and work as a thug. That's what we like to do. The youths are not ready to take over Nigeria because the political organisation, the political mobilisation, the political communication is lacking. Look at the #EndSARS momentum. We have lost it. Why can't they sustain it?
"Why can't they create their own political party. How much does it cost to register a party and then sustain it and then use their numbers? But we are not mobilised. How old was Zik when he started his politics? How old was Awo? These are the people who had started making difference in their 30s and 40s."

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Pius Anyim seen in viral photos with disabled persons

In a related story, Legit.ng reported that former Senate President, Anyim Pius Anyim was seen in photos familiarising himself with some disabled persons in Abuja.

Many people who saw the photos accused Anyim of taking advantage of disabled persons and using them for photo props.

The photos later went viral on the internet as they were shared many times across social media platforms.

Source: Legit.ng

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