Youths’ Future In Danger If They Don’t Cooperate With Us – Buhari
President Muhammadu Buhari has said the youths would be endangering their future if they do not cooperate with his government.
He said the youths must help the government in its quest to stabilise the country.
Buhari said this on Wednesday during a condolence visit to Borno state where about 30 people were killed by suspected Boko Haram insurgents on Sunday.
“We have young aggressive youths, the Nigerian youths. Our population, 60 percent, is below 30 years old,” he said.
“And we have to remind them that they must help us stabilise this country so that they can have a better future. If they don’t cooperate with the government, they are endangering their future.
“I am already 77, how many years do I expect under normal circumstances?” he said.
The President was booed by locals when he visited. However, the presidency has claimed the boo boys were sponsored by opposition politicians.