#Nigeriayouth: 5 reasons buhari should be out of power 2019.

I read the interview president buhari had few days ago.
Dear Mr President sir, there is a deep clearity now that you obviously do not have an idea about Nigerian youth, you do not know what they go through and how hard they have being surviving to make the world a better place, I’m not surprised a president of your calibar who spend months out your tenure at the UK hospital for treatment will say such a thing against it youth, it future.

I will be discussing five interesting things you as a president obviously do not know about Nigerian youth, or rather you do not care to know.

1. Nigerians are out making us proud.

I know you often travel abroad, do you take time to study the student under scholarships outside the country? I’m very sure, you have never had the time or the strength to do that. Most of those youth outside the country who are scoring great grade, making good inventions are Nigerian youth! I heard you once clapped your hands when an insult was placed on Nigeria, I was not border, because the insult is for you, since you are the president but I’m bordered when you decided to put Nigerian youth into your drama. #lazynigerianyouth

We are young people working day and night for a future you are destroying.

2. We are the labour force.

Dear Mr President sir! The Nigerian youth you call lazy are the labour force of the country ‘Nigeria!’ they are the one you send to various state to serve their fatherland which has no good for them, some of them had died due to the careless treatment they are being given at camp, some of them will still die due to that, you pay them #19800 monthly, which you promised to increase before you got to power but no change was done, the only thing that happened was ” many of them were killed by herdsmen who are people of your tribe! You did nothing about it.

3. The youth are active but useless.

Ninety percent of Nigerian youth are active and useless, just because we have a seventy -five year old man leading the country, a man who has no ambition or dream that will affect the country positively. You promised to provide jobs for most of them, which you never did, and that is why most of them are useless, they are active, they are schooled but your useless government has rendered them useless. How on earth can we blame the innocent youth for your failure, a lot of them finished with great grade, convocated with the hope of getting a good job, here we are nursing your inability to do the right thing as a president.

4. The youth does the hard job.

I am not surprised sir at your hilarious and highly unintelligent statement about the youth, the now elected president of the United States, Donald Trump has provided jobs for youth, two hundred youth inclusively before he ever thought of becoming a president, that has increased the gross domestic profit of the state, rather on your own part, you have turned the Fulani youth into herdsmen who destroy the other tribe, all in the name of you going for another term, so who is useless now? Nigeria youth or the government in power?

5. We are tamed.

The struggles of Nigeria has made a lot of us tamed, imagine if you are to be the president of Kenya, South Africa or Tanzania. I am so certain the most crucial part of the Aso rock would have being set ablaze so you will know that the youth are the most active part of the nation, but the struggle has tamed us, we all want to make a living, fend for our families, create a good and standard environment for our future kids since the government in power is a failure,

You know the impact of the youth when you need your votes, meanwhile let explain what you mean when you said #Nigeriansyouth do not do anything, you mean every Nigerian from the age of 4 til 50year old are lazy, that includes the young C. E. O like #mikeadenuga #Alikodangote and the rest of those who are making the entertainment industry valuable, this has better be your greatest misfortune and the reason why the youth will not youth let you in power come 2019. I am a #Nigerianyouth and I refused to be trampled upon.

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Temi Badmus

Temi Badmus
Temi Badmus
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