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2023: Adeboye, founder of New Dawn Peace Advocacy urges youths to think way forward for Nigeria


By Chibuike Nwabuko

Abuja (Sundiata Post) – Nigeria draws nearer to the 2023 general elections, Hamzah Adeboye has urged Nigerians youths to think possible ways forward for the country ahead of the 2023 general elections.

Adeboye, who is the founder of the New Dawn Peace Advocacy and Leadership Development Initiative, made this known on Wednesday during an official launch of the non-governmental organisation (NGO) in Abuja.

Adeboye said at this material time, Nigerian youths should stop blaming people who have brought the nation to where we are today and start thinking of the way out because he said in any problem, there are several ways to solve it.

He noted that his NGO was at the instant of sanitizing the youths on the way forward to its rebirth.

He said, ” the aims and objective of our NGO is to support and compliment the government policies and efforts to the creation of peaceful society where all and sundry can succeed irrespective of individual’s religions belief, ethnic and political groups, colour, culture, creed or any other mark of individual difference.

“Our objective is also to carry out advocacy in order to regain orderliness, discipline and obedience of the rule of law, morals and manner in the society.

“Also, to create awareness about overlooked corrupt practices in our society as to curb corruption to the barest minimum,” he said.

However, Adeboye said, the current presidential candidates in the forth coming presidential election in February 2023 have no solution to the problem of Nigeria, saying that the problem of Nigeria can only be address by youths themselves.

“The truth about the presidential candidates for the upcoming presidential elections is that, we got people who cannot solve our problems if elected. It is only youths below the ages of fourty that can profer solution to our mirage of challenges,” he said.

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