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BreakingNews 5/4/18 - Citizen Chris Chukwu writes President Muhammadu Buhari

BreakingNews 5/4/18 - Citizen Chris Chukwu writes President Muhammadu Buhari

[ Masterweb Reports: Chris Chukwu writes President Buhari ] - Letter To His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari: As a good father has the responsibility to advice his child rightly, so as a good child is expected to do same in other to maintain a healthy and happy family.
I know so many persons will be asking what is Chris Chukwu up to again, but one thing I have learnt from *Young African Leaders Initiative Network* is that the only way to stand out from the crowd is to stand for something special.
Your excellency Sir, I write this letter to draw your attention to the youths who have been said to be the future of tomorrow, they are not only the leaders of tomorrow, but the partners of today. I believe the future is right here with us and we need to act accordingly for the best interest of our dear country.
I'm writing this letter in other to be involve in the process that will help the present administration to bring the change we desire in Nigeria and also emerge as the best across the globe.
Sir, as a good father who is ready to listen to his son, I will love you to be the best of all best, I will love you to champion the crusade that will make Nigeria one big family, I will love you to make Nigeria the envy of all nations, I will love you to be the next record breaker across the globe.
I want to first of all commend your effort in fighting and curtailing corruption and insurgency in Nigeria, so many Nigerians who wine and dine in corruption have really learnt their lessons.
Corruption has eaten so deep into the country which has led to poor infrastructure, Increased cost of goods and services, Increased poverty, shoddy work and stalled projects, poor medical services, reduced investments in our economy, unemployment, rise in crime rate and insecurity, delay denial and sale of justice in our public land, property and utilities, social unrest and negative international image. All these has seriously affected Nigerians, most especially the youths negatively.
My humble advice to you, Mr President, is to intensify the fight against corruption, without fear or favour, without sentiments, no matter the tribe and political inclinations.
I will love you to take advantage of these corrupt individuals and ensure they are brought to book. Also, ensure that the treasures recovered from them are invested and well utilized in areas that will enhance the economy for the benefit of the country.
Nigeria will be next to no country if corruption is totally eliminated.
The youths have therefore, been historically notable change agents and drivers of societal transformation. Contemporarily, however, especially in the developing democracies, the trend has been that of relegation of youth interests and roles, thereby pushing the youth more into poverty, alienation, and turning them into agents of destabilization and conflicts, especially in diverse developing countries.
According to Kailash Satyarthi, "The power of youths is the common wealth for the entire world. The faces of young people are the faces of our past, our present and our future. No segment in the society can match with the power, idealism, enthusiasm and courage of the young people".
There is a dire shortage of young persons occupying the political realm, either because of disempowerment, or alienation, or their perception that their involvement would not matter.
Statistics has shown that more than half of the Nigeria population is under 30 years of age, and yet they're restricted from running for office, even though they can vote.
Nigeria needs to adopt a "positive youth development approach", which recognizes the youths as active participants in societal development.
The goals of Youths empowerment, as identified by UNESCO, are to nurture in the youth values, ideals and notable skills as follows:

- Positive sense of self
- Self-control
- Decision making skills
- Moral system of belief

- Pro-social connectiveness
We must work hard in all respects to empower our youth in the Nigerian political economy.
I encourage you Mr. President to become a Hero by signing the NOT TOO YOUNG TO RUN bill. Signing this bill will go a long in giving our youths a sense of belonging thereby making Nigeria a great nation.
I will like you to use your opportunity as the President to champion the crusade of mentoring, fathering, empowering the youths and making Nigeria the best place to be.
I am Chris Chukwu,

Medical Laboratory Scientist,
I just want to make healthy sense (HEALTHY SENSE WITH CHRIS CHUKWU)

My Email: My Phone: 07012494716
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