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  1. 1

    koko

    I what u people are doing

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    Yakubu momodu

    why is d president -elect still using the old brigade when we r talking of change? there r lots of youth that stood their ground for the change that brought him in. please we need new technocrats to assist us in building our great country

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  3. 3

    femi mosugu

    What we need in this nation is progress who ever he will use to bring the progress is not what matter pls just let him bring d change

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    Abubakar saleh Gumel

    I wish Buhari should engage more youths in his government. I am not personal. But youths cause to amount his victory. He should therefore consider them. Very soon Nigeria will not be governed by there old cars. I don’t mean all I mean those that have been cheating since.

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    Abubakar saleh Gumel

    I wish Buhari should engage more youths in his government. I am not personal. But youths cause to amount his victory. He should therefore consider them. Very soon Nigeria will not be governed by these old cars. I don’t mean all I mean those that have been cheating since.

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    1. 5.1

      Itopa Yusufu Salihu

      I support Mr Gumel but the youths are more crafty (corrupt) than the old cars. General should allowed to use his wealth experience to fix the country well again.

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    2. 5.2

      MICHAEL BAMIDELE OLATEJU

      Ways that youths be engaged in this government should not be in government positions on boards and the likes where politicians are just out to share and steal money. We need be engaged productively. let there be industries in various sectors for youth professionals to manage, big mechanised farms, revamp technical institutions/universities for research, development and productions. Let all VCS, RECTORS be on voluntary services to the nation and only be rewarded for his/her productive output in terms of implemented research results and products.
      Most youths I have seen as councillors, board members, elected members of the arms of government, even ministers have turned out to be super corrupt and haughty. Some are now ruled by their sudden wealth and have forgotten their roots. The youth needs first and foremost sense of direction, believe in the nation and desire to build it.

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        Mohammed

        Good talk. I quite agree with you my brother

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    Celina cox

    De in-coming president,i think should not be addressed as General cos we are in a democratic dispensation and not military regime

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    JOHN NYAMVE M

    Pls and pls,we need young men in the 21 century. not men in the 16 century . let there be change in Nigeria.

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    JOHN NYAMVE M

    We nid young men in the 21 century NOT Men in the 16 century

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      MICHAEL BAMIDELE OLATEJU

      The present state of the nation is far from an ideal for any crop of youth to build on. Many of the young ones in government are mere appendages of their old parents who wrecked the economies of this country. Corruption to them is already a way of life. Money making and affluence is their doctrine and life ambition. Please we still need some God fearing few of the old stock who wants to maintain their names unstained and love to make heaven. We need proven selfless technocrats, firm and upright, ready to sacrifice his or her life for the much desired direction for the nation. When this good foundation is laid, some sanity put in place, a better way of life and good norms established; then the youth can have something good to build on. We need God’s intervention. Let us continue to pray for the nation. PLEASE YOUTHS LET US BE PATIENT.

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    Kamal Abdullah mohd jams uk

    I will not support the buhari nominating a new minister cuz he is forgetting the great ppl in the nouth I wish that he well correct his mistake. Cux we are the ppl who vote him not old one ppl that he nominated as ministers so we thing change is coming but is not yet. You can surprise if u see youth leader. Is not a youth at all.

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    Precious Nwaham

    Give PMB breathing space. This Country needs a vastly experienced technocrats to bring her back to her glorious days. MB Olateju I corroborate with your insight.
    Like Olateju said, let’s be patient youths to learn. Most of us are very proud to reckon ourselves with the life style of the Americans, what makes America what she is? Of course the Americans. Nigerians are no different, we can do the same here in Nigeria.

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    John Rotimi Olateju.

    Change is inevitable! Any society that sets out to make a difference will not shun the persuasive beackoning of change outcry!… It is quite disheartning that we don’t seem to learn from nature!…. Nature is never static!… It is dynamic!! Meaning it changes with time. Now the open truth is crystal clear! It took America about 100yrs to get their bearing in the journey to political, Social …. Stability. If other developing nations (Nigeria) can study this so called world super power very closely, putting aside all our so called “differences” and prudently inbibe some positive attributes that led to their present status, it is quite eminent that we can get there in less number of years and even possibly overtake them! Yes!!! Because of our multi- endownmnet ….. Change is Processional and Directional! For a positive Change to occur, some processes must be engaged and prudently executed! Change could either be in the Positive or Negative direction. All depends on which process is engaged. In my own opinion, I don’t see any level ground on which a country like ours should be compared with America when we talk about policies and politic, talkless of Science and Technology. The two factors ( Process and Direction) in any change quest are time based! …… Alas! My people!… Nigerian!!! Aren’t that patience at all. We always want things to happen most immediately! But, it doesn’t work that way. It took China more than 30yrs of consistent strategic policy with dedicated work force that believed in their nation first before self or any individual. Today, it is no more a news that the entire world economy is drifting towards the Chinese. Yes!… Becuase they engage Process and Direction!! ……. Those clamouiring for youth in goernment says well but have we found out what is the mindset of our teaming youth today? A couple of weeks ago, I was in the midst of average of 1,600 NYSC Corps members and our discussion drifted towards integrity, Capacity building and Positive Change in the Nigeria of our dream!. It was shocking to hear from the crowed supporting one of them saying “Our generation have nothing to change, all we are waiting for is our own time to come so we can also take what we can take…. Our children will sort themselves out when they come” the mob echoed!… Yeah!! True talk!!! Not even one person says otherwise. Quite pathetic! …. The u youth of this Nation! My opinion is that youth can be engage, but the experience of the few old with integrity must not be abated! Before any youth will be engaged fully, let them learn through Process and Directional driven Objectives; hence graduate into a more matured personality to bear the burden of Nation building. ………. My candid advice to my amiable President Buhari is to please shut your hears to the distracting noises of belly seeking politicians,face the realities ahead of you, choose your cabinet with divine leading and embark on the journey of change with good Process and well defined Direction. You should get closer to countries like China, Malaysia and Singapore to learn Practically what Process and Direction is all about in attaining the desired Change. Let me close this way…. 30 yrs ago Nigeria was a DECADE ahead of China, but today China is a CENTURY ahead of Nigeria. My dear president, I have no doubt in your “CIA” Capability, Integrity and Ability to find out the parameters that missed out or wrongly placed in the a+b = b+a (Equation) of Nigeria as a Nation!!!!! GOD bless my nation NIGERIA!…. John Rotimi Olateju.

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    s.m.bello

    pls. young nigerians youth, what all nigerians are desperately need is who will end there hardship interms of economic, insurgency, corruption, kidnaping,robbery, fuel scarcity, lack of power supply, and so on not youth or old terma .

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