Youths from the six states of the Northeast who are currently in Adamawa State for a leadership training programme have been urged to be the ideal politicians to tidy up the political terrain for a better Nigeria.
No less than 500 youths from Taraba, Gombe, Bauchi, Yobe, Borno, and host state Adamawa are in Yola attending a Northeast Zonal Leadership Summit organised by Lead Generation Initiative (LGI), a non-governmental organisation (NGO),
Founder of the LGI, Shina Peller advised the youth not to be discouraged by the talk about Nigerian politics being dirty but to take the challenge to remedy whatever may be wrong with the system.
“Get into the system and help the change it needs because if we leave things as they are, they will only get worse,” he said. The Yola event tagged “Northeast Zonal Get Involved Leadership Summit,” was meant to raise the consciousness of youths for national development.
National Secretary of the LGI, Mr Ella Stanley Ekpa who disclosed this during the Summit, said after the training, the participants would be expected to go back to their various states to organise Get Involved Leadership Training (GILT) for larger participants at the state, local and ward levels.
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