Femi Gbajabiamila, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, has said that the youths of Nigeria are not well carried along and marginalised in the affairs of Nigeria.

The number one citizen of the Green Chamber made this revelation, Monday at the Legislative Mentorship Initiative in Abuja, the nation’s capital.

The number four citizen in Nigeria has advised the youths to take active part in politics if they truly d desire to be at the top political seats of decision-making.

Gbajabiamila made this revelation while speaking on the topic ‘Youth Leadership and the Future of Democracy: Harnessing the Power of Young People in Nigeria,’.

The 60-year-old lawmaker said: “We aim to involve more young people and direct their energies into something tangible contributions to good governance and national development.”

“Whatever happens, Nigeria desperately needs leaders with the capacity and character to manage change. The consequences of the changes happening in our world today will depend on how we respond, the decisions we make, and the ideas we choose to invest in.”

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