@BukolaSaraki Urges Nigerian Govt to Appoint More Youths Into Leadership Positions
Nigeria’s Senate President Bukola Saraki, speaking at the Rise Networks International Youth Day event on Monday, has urged the Nigerian government to appoint more youths into leadership roles.
“The perfect summation of the Nigerian society: “The older generation are the ‘investors’, while the younger generation are the ‘primary stakeholders'” he said.
“What Nigeria needs today to solve many of her pressing problems is a bridge between the investors and the primary stakeholders.
“We need to put more young people in leadership roles to enable them to start advancing ‘New School Ideas’ in our ‘Old School Country.’
“We need realistic-progressive ideas and ideals like ‘The Medici Effect’ – a new way of thinking that lies at the intersection of ideas.
“The innovation that we need to solve our problems will come from the intersection of the past, the present, and the future generation,” he said.
“There needs to be a constant meeting of the ideas of younger and older people in government offices, corporations, and social institutions.”
According to him, if the younger generation succeeds, Nigeria ‘ll succeed as a country