Youth council reconciles with aggrieved members



    NYCN President, Murtala Garba

    By Salisu Sani-Idris

    The National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) , an umbrella physique of all youth organisin Nigeria has  reached out to some aggrieved members of the council as a part of efforts to reinforce unity among the many youth within the nation.

    The National President of NYCN, Malam Murtala Garba made this identified in a press release made out there to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Saturday in Abuja.

    Garba stated the transfer was a part of technique adopted by his administration to construct a united and robust council that might convey extra growth to the Nigerian youth.

    He stated that unity was step one in direction of the realisation of the Nigerian youth’s dream, which says“ let us all resolve to work together and be our brothers keepers.”

    He stated that the NYCN had visited many members of the council who fought gallantly to make sure the preservation of the council throughout it making an attempt time.

    “We are making concerted effort to work together with varied gamers and we won’t go away any stone unturned to achieve out as a lot as attainable.

    “ Our the consultations is all inclusive which will takes time and energy because what is worth doing is what is worth well doing,” Garba stated.


    He stated that the NYCN below his management was dedicated to making sure justice and equity to all Nigerian youth with a view to contribute to their progress and growth.

    According to him, for Nigeriat to progress and prosper, the youths should settle for one another regardless of tribe, race or faith.

    Garba, due to this fact, suggested the Nigerian youth to dispose of all the feelings being inspired by some individuals who profit from their disunity.

    ” We should agree that management is no person’s delivery proper. We should cease permitting sentiments to cloud our judgments.

    “We should select our leaders base on character and performance,not tribe or religion.”

    “I’ll like to make use of this medium to name on Nigerian youths to shun their variations and take cost of Nigeria’s future.

    “We shouldn’t permit private curiosity to overshadowed our sense of judgment. And we must always try to observe what we preach.

    “We should realise that Nigeria is the only country we have and take steps to make it great,” Garba suggested.