We of the Revolutionary Nigeria Movement (RNM) are calling on Nigerian youths to come out of their shells and take charge of governance. The younger generation, who are the bedrock of the Nigerian economy, are systematically schemed out of governance by the old thieves who have robbed the nation’s resources since Independence.
Nigeria became the largest economy in Africa a few years ago based majorly on the contributions of the entertainment and telecommunication sectors. These areas are dominated and patronised largely by the youth population. While the youths bring in foreign exchange, our so-called leaders steal our money away to foreign lands. If we have leaders that are reasonable enough to keep our monies home, along with remittances, the misery our people are facing today will be gone, fast.
This must stop.
The RNM is calling on you, the Nigerian youths at home and abroad, to use your numeric power to change your destiny. Your population is 86,194,823 (about 86 million): more than the total number of registered voters (68,833,476) and almost three times the total number of votes cast in the 2015 general elections 29,432,083 (about 29 million). If you use the power of your votes wisely, your destiny will change for good. Nigerian will be a much better country.
If you want to avert the cloudy future that awaits you, endeavour now to register to vote and join the 20 million+ voters goal of the Revolutionary Nigeria Movement.
Nigerian youths who are interested in elective positions or government appointment should join other intellectuals at home and abroad in creating websites for themselves where voters will know about them and offer their support.
Every Nigerian of age 25 and above, is eligible to seek an elective position or a political appointment. You must not shy away from political responsibilities. You will do better than our so-called leaders of today whose only experience is how to share money. You will never go astray if you abide by the ideals of the RNM.
The action and inaction of our so-called leaders have driven Nigerian youths into criminal and immoral acts to survive.
From prostitution, drug dealing, 419, terrorism, to the sale of their body parts like the kidney. Those seeking greener pasture abroad are daily meeting their death at the desert and on the sea.
Never again must we stay aloof while our lives and country are destroyed by criminals who call themselves leaders. In the words of Yakubu Dogara who is also part of the failed leadership in Nigeria, he said:
“This country belongs to you but it’s under the stranglehold of men and women of a generation that have overreached itself. the truth is that nothing will be ceded or conceded to your generation without a fight.”
Join us now!