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Tuesday, 7 February 2017

- Do Nigerian Youths Really Have A Tomorrow? – An Article By Tijani Sherif

In the country that we have
today, nothing seems to
amaze and bewilder critical
thinking minds, except the fact
that the hope of this nation
getting it all right once again is as gloomy as gloomy itself.







One begins to wonder if saying
Nigeria wouldn’t get better isn’t
an understatement. A whole lot
has happened to Nigeria, were she
to be a being, she must have
committed suicide! Some two years back, Nigerians
had their nerves so sensitive that
they responded even to things that
haven’t happened. Things were
so bad that 1 dollar wasn’t
equivalent to our second biggest domination, and yet people were
complaining of being led by a
heartless leader, who wasn’t
about the masses at all. Do I blame the masses for standing
against the administration that was
beautifully adorned in corruption,
that stealing wasn’t a crime?
Maybe this administration led us to
where we are today, and today we all are battling not to lose breath,
as only our heads are afloat. The last general election is one
historic event coming generations
would search ends to ends to learn
about.

A time when the literate and
illiterate were concerned about
who they want to lead them, Nigerians who overtime have
demonstrated lackadaisical and
spiritless attitudes when it comes
to elections were seen with pens
and big sheets of paper scribbling
down election results of different constituencies and states. It was
evident and crystal clear Nigerians
wanted change! Now, Nigeria has got the change
she wants, but things aren’t
looking better, even when the
administration that was kicked out
isn’t a better option. What is
wrong with Nigeria or better still where is the real Nigeria? It would
interest you to know that
something remained constant even
when it is evident changes took
effect in our dearest country. The youths we had in the
administration that had all eyes on
it and the one that has enough
wailers now remain the same.
Arguably there has been little or no
change in the attitude of Nigeria youths towards the development
of our country Nigeria. The little
change is even negative, what are
we then saying? I’m not seeing the type of youths
that can hold leadership offices
brilliantly and accountably well in
the many young heads we have in
Nigeria. Maybe those who are
supposed to be good examples have failed in this regard. Just last week, an incident
happened in the University of Ilorin
which didn’t only see my mouth
drop wide open but saw me
begging for help to shut my buccal
cavity, to at least save myself from scenes of spitting out flies. The student leaders in one of the
many faculties of the Better By Far
institution recorded a brilliant
history, thanks to the enviable and
much to be desired examples
legislative houses in Nigeria have shown. The legislative sitting of a
faculty saw the mace of the house
disappear in no second. Read what happened below:- It was reported by the Union of
Campus Journalists that the electric
bulb of the lecture theater where
the plenary session was going on
was switched off by an unknown
fellow; to the surprise of everybody, the mace was
nowhere to be found when power
was restored. You can’t imagine
this happening! If at this level
things like this can happen, then
we have more than enough Honorables who would be jumping
gates too growing up somewhere. It’s so pathetic the youths of this
nation are one of the many
problems of Nigeria. And who
would be safe handling the gavel
and mace of the legislative house
of a state or country to people who can steal away mace in the twinkle
of an eye? And we advocate
“NotTooYoungToRun”! There are also enough youths who
are just so dexterous in the aspect
of destabilizing the progress of
places they find their selves, is this
the same thing youths in countries
like Dubai, Great Britain, France, Colombia, Turkey among others
do? Of course not, more reason
why they are at the helm of affairs
in their respective countries. Very
funny how you see a youth in
Nigeria involve in activities that would bring about brilliant turn
arounds for the masses, just to see
his or her person being brought to
the mud. One way we have
continued to help progress in our
society. It looks like the coiner of the sage

“Youths are the leaders of
tomorrow” knew youths of
Nigeria can’t ever be ready for
today. Now the question is; “When would youths be good
enough to see the tomorrow
when they would be
leaders?”


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Written by:- Tijani Sheriffdeen

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