Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare has urged all Nigeria youth to use their huge number to take their destiny in their hands by coming out en-masse to vote for the the best man who has the interest of Nigeria and Nigerian youth at heart.
Sunday Dare who oversees the affairs of Nigerian youth as Minister of Youth reiterated that it is the former Lagos State governor, Bola Ahmed Tinubu following his antecedents and achievements as politician that stands out among all the presidential candidates; capable of providing jobs for youth which in turn will turn around the economy of the country.
The minister who believes so much in the capability of Nigerian youth to excel in all spheres of endeavours anywhere in the world said, “In another decade or less the youthful population of our country will become one of our greatest resources beyond oil and here is why.
“With a bulging population climbing steadily to 90 million. Nigerian youth now constitute the most energic, viable resources but untapped resources, not just in Nigeria but across the globe. Our youth pacesetters in various spheres of human endeavour.
“They are the cutting-edge technology dominating IT and Fintech, creative art and entertainment, telemedicine, architecture, artificial intelligence, e-commerce and digital marketing.
“In Sports, Nigeria just produced its first World record holder in athletics Tobi Amusan. In mathematics, Nigeria youngster Faith Odunsi, aged 15, was crowned with World’s Best student in mathematics. Our teams just grabbed the Grammy joining the tribe of the world’s best artists. Osimhen is scoring goals like the legendary Pele.
“This indeed is the century of the youth. It’s indeed time to invest in the youth. This is the time to bring them on board the political inclusiveness, the time to turn them into Wealth creators. As the Minister of Sports, I know that no investment in our youth is a waste. Any country that fails to invest in the development of its youth imperils the growth and development of its people. In the last 8 years, Nigeria has invested so much in the youth.
“The 2023 election is here the voter’s registration has shown that 41% of the registered are young people which is a remarkable development for the youth and a golden opportunity for them to choose who leads them and stand tall and cut among the pack, his scorecard shows that he’s talent hunter and team builder, one that has eyes for scouting youthful talents, he has a heart that connects to your aspiration, I urge the youth to cast their vote for one man, leader Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu.
“The moment has found it man let’s keep a date with history on February 25th, I’m Sunday Dare minister of youth and sports, development.
Nigerians will on Saturday 25th February, 2023 elect a new president who will take over from President Muhammadu Buhari in the next four years.
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