“The younger generation has disappointed the country,” says spirited leader Ayo Adebanjo.
Ayo Adebanjo, leader of Afenifere, a Yoruba socio-cultural group, said young people should be ashamed of leaving leadership in the hands of older people.
According to leader Afenifere, when he was young, he fought for the nation, but today’s youth are waiting for the older generation to fight for it.
Adebanjo also complained about the wave of insecurity in the country while celebrating the 95th birthday of Reuben Fasoranti, the former leader of Afenifere, and said it showed that the Bukhari administration had let the Nigerians down.
“I told them that in a better and more civilized country, they should have left a long time ago. If he has self-esteem, he should leave, because everything has to collapse, ”Adebanjo said on Tuesday, May 11.
“What is he presiding over? Is it for corruption, security, education? Law and order in the country have collapsed over the past three years. This is only because the Nigerians tolerate despots excessively; that’s why he’s still there. “
Leader Afenifere said even young people disappointed the country, adding that “they should be ashamed of themselves” as they left the leadership in the hands of the elderly.
“The younger generation has disappointed the country. The country was not as bad as this when we demonstrated self-government, ”he said.
“They want old people to fight for them. Why should people like me be stumped at 93 and Baba Fasoranti at 95? Where are the forties and thirties?
“When we were their age, we were on the streets, in Lagos, in London, everywhere.
“Six NDP in the morning, APC in the afternoon and SDP in the evening, and they say they are young; young people should be ashamed. “
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