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Enough of complaining, move on in spite of challenges — Osinbajo urges youth – Pearlsnews – Top Entertainment News and Gossip in Nigeria


Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, has charged Nigerian youths to drop complaining about the country’s challenges. He, instead, urged them to move on.

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He gave the charge on Monday during the National Youth Conference marking the 2021 African Youth Day in Abuja. “The future will be what we make of it. Reject the temptation to inherit the biases and prejudice of your parents. Seize your opportunities to contribute your own quota to Nigeria. Seek the path of self-actualisation. Let the Nigerian dream be at the heart of what you do. Quit complaining. Move on. No matter what, move on!” he said.

The Vice President said the youths must build the future they desire by focusing on what is right. According to him, building a nation is an inter-generational endeavour that requires the input of all, hence the need for youths to be innovative.

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On the agitation for leadership, he said Nigerian youths should explore the right channels in communicating their grievances rather than resort to destruction and violence. Osinbajo admitted that t. is a growing tension between the youths and the government.

The VP, who admitted that it is normal for people to feel disenchanted towards their leaders, however, noted that such disenchantment must be expressed and resolved peacefully. He assured them that the government is striving to provide a favourable environment for the youths to thrive in their chosen endeavours.

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