In News by stephen abiodun on the 13th, August, 2020

“Squeeze Out The Outdated Folks In Workplace” – Obasanjo Tells Nigerian Youth

Olusegun Obasanjo

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has urged Nigerian youths to take over the management of the nation from the older era, who’re at present in energy.

Based on The Nation, Obasanjo spoke on Wednesday whereas delivering a keynote tackle at a digital interactive session with youths to mark this yr’s Worldwide Youth Day.

The programme was organised by the Youth Improvement Centre, an arm of the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library (OOPL), Oke – Mosan, Abeokuta.

Obasanjo mentioned: “Except you squeeze out those that are in workplace and those that need to stay in workplace perpetually, some after the age of 80, they won’t need to be out.

The kind of change I’m speaking about, that I imagine we are able to all embark upon, is to subscribe into the structure of political events in favour of youth. Or should you prefer it, you name it affirmative motion in favour of youths.

For example, should you say, within the structure of a political social gathering, not lower than 50 per cent of those that maintain government workplace inside the social gathering will likely be lower than 40 years of age.

You’re simply ensuring that folks which might be 40 years of age will maintain 50 per cent of government workplace inside the political social gathering.

You possibly can even transcend that and say that individuals who will likely be put up for election, not lower than 50 per cent of them, will likely be lower than 40 years of age. That’s affirmative motion. That’s constructive discrimination in favour of youths.

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I’m saying this as a result of should you depart it solely for folks to do it for you, no person will do it for you. It’s a must to do it for your self.”

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