The constitutional denial of many youths who are eager to make political changes if given the chance, must be address in the ongoing amendment process.
If the popular excuse remains "wealth of experience". Fellow Nigerians, I think these politicians' experiences are needless, what has the experienced leaders since 1999 led us into, uncontrollable corruption, bad roads, massive unemployment, insecurity and many other chaos situations.
Yet we wonder how same people that had failed us still find their way back to power to continue their looting spree, crumbling our brighter future because we are not allow to challenge them at the poll. We can't take this anymore.
Obafemi Awolowo, Nnamdi Azikwe, Ahmadu Bello where in the youthful age when they made their landmark achievements for this country.
How old was General Gowon, Muritala Muhammed when they became head of states? Yet their impacts were felt. 19 years old lady, Proscovia Alengot Oromait of Uganda is the Africa's youngest legislator.
Chad Barefoot at 29 and Rep. Justin Burr at 26, are the youngest senators in the US congress, why are we denied of same? Nigerian youths have many positive things to contribute in governance if given the
chance to seek elective post.
We can rebuild this nation, we have the strength, we give a damn about our future ,we are not the leader of tomorrow but leaders of today. We are ready now!
FROM MY INBOX-
Some Nigeria Police are monsters killing people anyhow, IGP should address it now, well-done sir- James Ugo Abuja
Thoughtful thoughts here, but not all police kills like that we still have good ones here- Ibrahim Ali,Kano.
When police are killed you journalists keeps quite, do you know how many officers that had paid the supreme price for Nigeria and their family now suffers neglect- ASP Amodu Jalingo.
Better their lives and you will see changes, its not easy to carry arms in Nigeria-no name