by Olu Onemola
We are the millions of children that could have been fed with the $255 million that was used to purchase bulletproof cars by a former Minister who walked away unprosecuted.
We are the generation of at least 20.3 million unemployed youths. The generation that has grown accustomed to holding on to the constant and pervasive threat of Boko Haram at the back of our minds. We are the Twitter warriors – the 140 characters or less intellects that fight our battles on social media. Yet still, we are the foot soldiers, the 70% or more swing votes that will sway the tide of the general elections.