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Don’t let youths be nuisance to society —ASYARF boss

Asabe Shehu Yar’Adua Foundation (ASYARF) has stressed the need to properly raise and nurture the young ones to become a better individual in the society and not nuisance.
The Founder and President of the Foundation, Dr. Ambassador Asabe Shehu Yar’Adua, said this while addressing the youths and other attendees in the social youth gathering organized by the Organization to mark the 2015 International Youth Day in line with United Nations in Nigeria  with the theme; “Position Of Youth On Climate Change And The Scoiety”. ,
The event took place in Abuja and was highly attended by invitees of several youths comprising NYSC members, students, volunteers, parents and teenagers from all over the federation.
The ASYARF Founder, who acclaimed the empowerment and motivation of youths in the society and the nation at large, classified and categorized the youths into Studying Youth; Researching Youth; Searching Youth; Ambitious Youth and Working Youth,
She said: “Youths are driving force to change within the society. No doubt that the last general election held in Nigeria in 2015 was stimulated by millions of youths in the country. When it comes to making decisions and taking actions, youth’s involvement must never be overlooked and underestimated. Every society needs youth for development. Every leader in the developed, developing and underdeveloped Nations starts their aspirations somewhere”.
Dr. Asabe Yar’Adua stated that climate change was one of the world most developing problem or issue which the United Nations and countries like USA, China, Russia, Italy and others have prioritized as a case that must be tackled.
According to her, either measures and steps has been taken to solve the issue of climate change, the youths have a great role to play on this.
The ASYARF boss said that since the United Nations Population Fund has estimated that the global population of young people between the ages of 10 and 24 has hit an historic high of 1.8 billion, “never again is there likely to be such potential for economic and social progress”.
“This is a great opportunity for the world to consider and muster the involvement and input of youth on every sector of the economy for social development and capacity building”, she said.

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