Amina Mohammed went on and made it known that successive governments in Nigeria have failed at one time or the other, but she further stated it clearly that there is still hope for the most populous black nation.
Furthermore, the United Nations Deputy Secretary General urged Nigerian youths to stop condemning the country, stating that other nations cannot afford to accommodate over 200 million Nigerians.
According to Sahara Reporters report, She made this disclosure over the weekend, at an event organised by the Baze University in Abuja, the nation's capital.
She has indeed made her point known, but I don't think that most Nigerians will not agree with her on this. On the other hand, I don't think that this is what Nigerians want to hear. I think she should have spoken up and condemn all these evil leaders instead of praising the country and our leaders.
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