The governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello, in his recent interview with Channels Television has reminded all Nigerian youths that President Muhammadu Buhari loves them by creating leadership opportunity for them.
Bello has reemphasized on the bill known as "not-too-young-to-run" bill which was signed by President Muhammadu Buhari on May 31, 2018 in order to pave way for the youths to get involved in Nigerian political system. Hence, this is why Bello has enlightened all Nigerian youths to know that President Buhari loves them so much.
Indeed, no country can ever progress if the teeming youthful population are despised or ignored in the affairs of governance. The youths as it is believed, are the leaders of tomorrow. The progress of every nation lies on the shoulders of the youths, as it is indisputable that the old people will soon depreciate in strength and capability.
Governor Yahaya Bello has also called to the attention of the youths to see how young and active the EFCC boss is in his leadership position. He expressed that the youths should be allowed to take charge and fix this country.
In conclusion to the words of Yahaya Bello, suffice it to say that, president Buhari showed his love for the youths by signing the "not-too-young-to-run" bill that has given the youths the opportunity to take charge and fix the country.
Every Nigerian youth should run with the mindset that President Muhammadu Buhari still loves them and works towards their own good. No good president will ever think of planning evil for the youths of the country. Therefore, every Nigerian youth should move with this love and help to foster unity in the country.
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