Igbo Youths of Today by Femi Fani-Kayode

Femi Fani-Kayode Wrote:

The Igbo youths of today have more wisdom, understanding, courage and foresight than any other group of people in Nigeria and they are far more courageous than their own leaders and elders.

Unlike others they are not hiding under their beds in the face tyranny and injustice. They are openly condemning and resisting the evil of ethnic and religious oppression.

They are the light that keeps shining regardless of the weather and regardless of the storm. They are the champions of southern liberty and ethnic emancipation. They are indeed our hope.

If they stand firm and keep fighting for the cause of justice and equality other southern youths will eventually wake up and follow. It is at that point that we the oppressed shall prevail as a people. It is at that point that we shall break the yoke of slavery and servitude.




Igbo Youths of Today by Femi Fani-Kayode

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