Be Agents Of Positive Change, Lawmaker Urges Youth

Nigerian youth have been urged to be agents of change, contributing meaningfully to the nation’s development. 

A member of the Nasarawa State House of Assembly (NSHA), Mohammed Alkali made the call on Tuesday during the inauguration of newly elected officials of the Shabu Youth Movement. 

Alkali who represents Lafia North constituency urged the officials to live above board while discharging their duties. 

“I want to use this medium to appeal to youths to always shun violence and other social vices in the interest of peace and for societal development. 

“I also urge you and other youths to channel your energy towards building the nation for development to thrive. 

“You should live above board and provide inclusive leadership while discharging your duties,” he said. 

The lawmaker who described the youth as backbone and pillars of every society solicit their support and prayers to enable him succeed. 

He assured the people of his constituency of his continued determination to better their standard of living through peoples’ oriented projects. 

He enjoined the people to live in peace, respect constituted authorities and tolerate one another for development to thrive. 

In his inaugural speech, president of the group, Mohammed Madaki promised to discharge his duties with the fear of God. 

He assured of his commitment to carry members of the association along while discharging his duties. 

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