Huriwa charges the Nigerian Youths to Mobilize and take over 2023

The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA, has charged the Nigerian youths to get invovle in political activities of the country ahead of the 2023 general elecions

On the one year memorial of the Lekki incident where many youths protesting bad governance were allegedly killed by the Nigerian Army, the national coordinator of the group, Emmanuel Onwubiko said the best way to end marginalization of youths was for the youth themself to get involved in politics and run for elective positions.

Following the one year remembrance protests being organized by some activists in some parts of the country, the rights group urged the youths to shun violence, but should use other methods to register their grievances.

According to HURIWA, the youths need to empower themselves academically in a bid to solve the alleged human rights violation by security operatives.

According to his words

“Nigerian youths should stay out of trouble, avoid violence, but should speak out in defence of their fundamental human rights as active citizens of Nigeria.

“We are urging the youths not to get involve in crimes but to meaningfully embrace pursuit of knowledge, education and capacity building and expose all acts of human rights violations unleashed on citizens by law enforcement officials and to demand redress.

“The youths should mobilise to join forces in political camps to take over power democratically in 2023

Let our youth rise up and take hold of our country nigeria for the betterment of our future

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