Never say never, right? Well, we stand to be corrected. Thing is, no matter how we scream Twitter down about putting a young person in Aso Rock, there are a lot of obstacles standing in the way of that. For example, our current political system, the age limit for president, the unofficial zoning structure and the fact that young Nigerians cannot agree on what they want, politically.
Think of how Nzeogu and his crew seized power. They had a dream, they were driven and there were in agreement. All these elements must be available before Aso Rock can happen and until we get our act together, we can kiss the dream goodbye.
It is on this mountain Ebube has rested his case. See below:
It then becomes all too clear that the solution is to join parties that align with what your vision for Nigeria is, achieve the critical mass required to influence party policies, and get the general population to buy into your policies at the poll so you can implement them.
— Ebube. (@EbubeIsaac) December 12, 2017
Very solid thread…This issue has been discussed in depth…We don't want the same things – Not even our youths….So "youth" cannot be a rallying point for alignment…Ideology is the issue and alignment will always be along those lines https://t.co/U5O9fPhx7w
— King Alfred (@KingDouyeAlfred) December 12, 2017