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Our Youths Must Choose Being Creative Over Travelling Out – FG

Muhammadu Buhari

Muhammadu Buhari

The Federal Government has come out to beg Nigerian youths to engage in more creative things in the country.

Mrs Memunat Idu-Lah, Director, International Cultural Relations, Ministry of Information and Culture recently revealed this in Abuja, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to her, our youths must learn to take advantage of the government’s empowerment programmes, instead of focusing on travelling out for greener pastures.

She added that every Nigerian was born with something creative to do in this world and in our country.

Her words, “Our youths should look inward and be creative, everybody has one creativity or the other being born, everybody has something i
he’s born to do in this world.”

“I think we should discourage the youths from going out, if they need support, there are some government’s agencies saddled with the responsibility of providing many empowerment programmes.”

“These agencies can urge youths to learn something and be productive rather than looking at running out.”

Idu-Lah added, “We should not think of going out, we should try to look inward and believe in government’s programmes.”

“The Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency (SMEDAN) is there and so many programmes that the government has put in place to help the youth to encourage them.”

“The people coming to take them will not tell them the truth.”

“So, they have to know that everything is not money, the children can stay back in Nigeria, even help Nigeria’s economy.”

“Because when they use their hands to do something creative, they can add to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the nation, instead of even losing our good hands in the name of trafficking and they die in the process.”

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