The Federal Government has directed the Nigerian Correctional Service to seek synergy with relevant Government Agencies, Non- Governmental Organisations and Civil Society Organisations with a view to de-radicalising Nigerian youths roaming the streets.
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Another 108 Nigerians have been awarded full secondary education scholarship under the NNPC/SNEPCo National Cradle-to-Career scholarship scheme launched in 2014, bringing the total number of beneficiaries in the last four years to 375.
Some Nigerian youths on Tuesday expressed their excitements over the declaration of October 6 of every year by Governor Mark Dayton of Minnesota, United State of America, as Wizkid Day.
Ambode spoke at the Lagos State University second distinguished lecture series, with the theme: “Life Skills Education for Employment and Entrepreneurship Learning in the 21st century”.
Traditional monarchs in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja and Nigerian youths have been charged to drum their support for their colleagues to take over the mantle of leadership across board in 2019.
The friendly matches which featured exceptional play-off between six teams was organised by The Migrant Project on Sunday at the Ejigbo mini-stadium in Ejigbo, Lagos.
Oba Ogunwusi gave the advice during the visitation of Presidential Aspirant of Alliance for New Nigeria Party, Hon Fela Durotoye, on Thursday in Ooni’s palace, Ile-Ife.
About 25 years ago, Afro-Juju super star, Sina Peters, crooned that the dawn of the youth had arrived and the old should give way for the new.
The NGO said in Gombe on Tuesday that it was committed to building young people towards better society through capacity building and other areas.
Nwabueze made the assertion in Port Harcourt when he chaired a Public Lecture to mark the 3rd anniversary of Governor Nyesom Wike’s administration in Rivers.
Horst Bauemfeind, an official of GIZ, the German National Agency for International Cooperation, made this known in Abeokuta, at the closing ceremony of the programme.
Iseli gave the advice while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos.
This abuse of office by our leaders is what has led to Nigerian youths clamouring for the opportunity to govern and to have a voice in the state of affairs of the nation seeing as the present class of political office holders have not done anything to create a stable economic society.
The governor was reacting to statements credited to President Muhammadu Buhari that many Nigerian youths are lazy and only wait for cheap and easy way out.
Although the media deliberately twisted Buhari’s statement as he did not use the word “lazy” in his speech, the Muslim Rights Concern contends that the president’s description of the Nigerian situation regarding its youths was apt, precise and succinct.
Femi Adesina, the President’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity in a statement in Abuja on Thursday, condemned the report, describing it as a deliberate mischief by manipulators and twisters of statements of the President.
Fayose said it is painful that the President could describe youths in Nigeria that are daily struggling to make a living under a harsh economy as lazy people.
A youth political pressure group, Advocate for Collective Transformation ACT, has called on youths in the country to participate actively in politics for development of the country.