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Love The Current Politicians Instead Of Hating Them – Adamu Garba To Nigerian Youth.

Love The Current Politicians Instead Of Hating Them – Adamu Garba To Nigerian Youth

Adamu Garba has told the Nigerian youth that they should love the current politicians instead of hating them.

On Sunday, the Nigerian politician and philanthropist took to his official Facebook page to tell the Nigerian youths to love the current Politicians instead of hating them.

According to Adamu Garba, as long as the Nigerian youths continue to hate the current politicians and their games, they’ll always emerge ahead of them.

The Nigerian politician also noted that the moment the Nigerian youth starts to understand them and love the way they play their games, they’ll catch up faster.

He said, “As long as the Nigerian youths continue to hate the current politicians and their games, they’ll always emerge ahead of us. But the moment we start to understand them and love the way they play their games, we will catch up faster, and even if we didn’t get to win, we may have succeeded in demonstrating that fact that we don’t wear diapers anymore, we have brains and values to contribute to the making of greater Nigeria.

“Thus, we must have a consensus amongst ourselves, the youth for the youth. PDP or APC or any political platform, the Youth for the Youth. But the chances are, if we have a very efficient organizational mechanism, link up across the countries belts and roads, from streets to towns to cities, the chances are, we may have a better opportunity as a third party block to rival the APC and the PDP.”

While publishing the post on Facebook, Adamu Garba also said, “As long as the old guard are reproduced by the coming 2023 elections, trust me, there can be no meaningful disconnections from the current situation as we see it. You may have a new hugely rhetorical campaign theory, but the outcome will be the same.

“If we want to make the difference, to build the future we all want, to set the standard for the future and show that we don’t move with diapers but with brains and values, we may have to do all we can within the tenets of democracy and constitution to retire the old guards by 2023 at the end of President Muhammadu Buhari tenure.

“However, we, the youth must be pragmatic and realistic. We must up our games and play it as it is played upon us. We must learn to adapt to current Nigeria’s political realities. We should avoid being too idealistic and book drive, we must understand that politics is a democratic and constitutional confrontation between two forces, and in the end, what matters is who wins not who has the best manifesto, provided within the laws. Hence the need to us to mature our art of the game.”

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