How Nigeria may be nice – Osinbajo



    How Nigeria may be nice – Osinbajo

    By Victor Adeoti

    Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo says there may be the necessity for Nigerians to embrace the advantage of integrity and exhausting work for the nation to maneuver ahead.

    Osinbajo made the remarks on the maiden version of the South-West Regional Youths Summit in Osogbo on Tuesday.

    The Vice-President, who famous that lack of integrity and corruption was the most important downside being confronted by the nation, stated if corruption may very well be tackled, 70 per cent of nation’s issues can be solved.

    He stated the nation had misplaced many worldwide companions attributable to lack of integrity and belief.

    “Any nation that doesn’t emphasise on integrity will at all times fail. The values of integrity and exhausting work are vital for the event of our nation.’’

    He urged youths to embrace the advantage of exhausting work, self-education and worth of small starting to maneuver to a better stage in life.

    “You don’t should cheat or steal to achieve success in life however you have to be able to convert your challenges to alternatives.

    Osinbajo additionally urged youths within the area to assist the 25 years improvement agenda for the area and the event of the nation as an entire.

    In his remarks, Gov. Rauf Aregbesola of Osun, stated the summit was necessary to chart a constructive course for the event of the western area.

    Aregbesola stated it was painful that the area couldn’t feed itself despite the abundance of human assets, including that it was a problem leaders of the area should take measures to resolve.

    Oyo State Governor, Abiola Ajimobi, stated the summit was aimed toward selling and enhancing the way forward for the western area.

    Ajimobi urged youths of the area not to surrender, including that they need to have a constructive mindset to make sure improvement of the area.

    Earlier, Mr Bola Ilori, the Commissioner for Regional Integration, stated the summit was crucial to repositioning the western area for the longer term.

    Ilori stated the summit was additionally for interplay and participation of youths within the improvement of the 25 years grasp plan for the area.

    According to him, the youth are  necessary to the implementation and actualisation of the developmental plan for the area.

    Mr Seye Oyeleye, the Acting Director-General of Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN), stated the inputs of the youth to the success of the grasp plan for the area have been necessary. (NAN)