By Ayobami Agboola, Osogbo
As Nigeria marks 2021 Democracy Day on Saturday, the Special Adviser to Governor Gboyega Oyetola on Youths and Sports, Hon Lateef Adegboyega Adelabu has charged Nigerian youths not to loose hope in the future of the country.
Adelabu gave the charge in a congratulatory message to the youths of the state on the occasion of 2021 June 12 democracy day celebration.
The Special Adviser on youths and Sports who is popularly known as Aremo expressed hope in the future of the country saying there was the need for Nigerian youths to remain united.
While calling on Nigerians to stand for democracy, Adelabu said despite the
security challenges currently bedeviling the country, things would soon work out.
“I want to advise youth to be hopeful about the future of our Democracy and the country at large.
“Despite the challenges Nigerians were going through, they must stand for democracy.
“Democratic good governance offers the only reasonable solution to the challenges confronting Nigeria.
“Nigerian youths need to be focused, remain united and ensure peaceful coexistence so as for the nation’s democracy to remain standing.” he said
He urged Nigerians to remember MKO Abiola whose victory on June 12, 1993, Presidential Election was ‘stolen’.
He said: “Abiola remained steadfast and surrendered his own life so that we all might enjoy the democratic victory that was taken from him.”
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