2023 Presidency: Atiku Abubakar Map out Plans for the Nigerian Youths
The PDP presidential flag bear and formal Nigeria’s vice president, Mr. Atiku Abubakar, has mapped out plans for the Nigerian youth, he postulated massive investment in the youth of the country, which according to him, is the bane of the nation’s development
Atiku Abubakar emphasized quality investments in education and skills acquisition as one of his plans for the youth, nothing beat education and skills acquisition in the youth, it goes a long way in solving unemployment and youth restiveness
If all go according to plan, Nigerian youth under the Mr. Atiku Abubakar as the president, if elected will massively invest in education and skills acquisition
Mr. Atiku Abubakar, has not explained the type of education and skills acquisition that will be given to the youth
The current government made a lot of investment via skills acquisition and development for the youth, but little was felt like many of the skills acquisition programs fail to meet up with their objectives
Atiku Abubakar precise words “The youth of Nigeria represent the future wealth of the fatherland and the only way we can tap into them is through quality investments in education and skills acquisition.
“Through the creativity that they inject in their passion, the excellence of the Nigerian youth is a global signature in diverse fields notably in sports, as they can be found in medicine, education, business and finance, agriculture, and our entertainment industry.
“Indeed they ‘berekete’ (abound) in every facet of our life from the rain forest of the south to the Sudan and sahel Savannah of the north and the guinea Savannah of the midlands of the territories we call home.
“We may have failed to take advantage of the power of the Nigerian youth.
“But there is something much more significant that their triumphs teach us a people looking forward to a better future.
“When they win, they celebrate Nigeria. Our youth are ready and eager to conquer the world. What they lack is the leadership to take them through that process,”