Home » News » Nigerian Youths Must Learn To Work Hard To Be Successful – Diezani Madueke

Nigerian Youths Must Learn To Work Hard To Be Successful – Diezani Madueke

Diezani Alison Madueke

Diezani Alison Madueke

Ex Petroleum Resources Minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke has come out to blast internet fraudsters, Yahoo Boys.

She had her say while delivering a lecture at a virtual event on fatherhood and Ijaw women participation in politics.

According to her, there are no shortcuts to working your way up the ladder of life and every success should come from consistent effort and on hard work.

He added that Nigeria needs more responsible young men and women to generate more responsible fathers and mothers which will lead to a more sustainable society.

His words, “The ones that have swag, the Yahoo Yahoo boys as my son would say; these in short, are the role models they are looking at. These are the ones that reinforce negative societal norms and values,”

“This is a travesty of an unfolding tragedy for us. Why have I spent time talking about fatherless homes and the impact it has on our children? The truth of the matter is that an irresponsible boy tends to become an irresponsible man and it is therefore a vicious cycle. If you plant yam, you cannot harvest plantain.”

“There are no shortcuts to working your way up the ladder of life. Progressing in life, in work and in relationship, marital or otherwise, is always dependent on consistent effort and on hard work.

“As we create more responsible young men and women, we will generate more responsible fathers, which in turn will engender a more sustainable society and build a greater nation of successful Ijaw men and women.

“And to do this, we need to go back to the fundamentals.”

What do you think?

Diezani K. Alison-Madueke (born 6 December 1960) is a Nigerian politician and the first female President of OPEC. She was elected at the 166th OPEC Ordinary meeting in Vienna on 27 November 2014. She became Nigeria’s minister of transportation on 26 July 2007. She was moved to Mines and Steel Development in 2008, and in April 2010 was appointed Minister of Petroleum Resources.

Diezani K. Agama was born in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. Her father was Chief Frederick Abiye Agama. She studied Architecture in England and then at Howard University in the United States. She graduated from Howard with a bachelor’s degree on 8 December 1992.

She returned to Nigeria and joined Shell Petroleum Development Corporation that year. In 2002, she attended Cambridge Judge Business School for her MBA degree.

After returning to Nigeria, Diezani Alison-Madueke was appointed as an Executive Director in Shell in 2006. She was the first woman ever to be appointed by Shell as an Executive Director in Nigeria.


Follow NaijaVibe



HoT DOWNLOAD
👇

Mani LaPussH – Last Last


TareeQ – Medicine


NaijaVibe

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*