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Felix Kurogha, N Delta youths brainstorm on social vices  reduction among youths

Hon Kurogha and some youths of the Niger Delta, after the meeting

The Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Youths Matters, Hon. Felix Kurogha has said that there is an urgent need to reduce social vices among Nigerian youths across the country.

Kurogha stated this at the Sheraton Hotel in Abuja on the 27th, April 2021 while addressing youths drawn from the various states of the Niger Delta.

The purpose of the meeting is geared towards proferring solution and the way forward to reducing the high rate of social vices and crises across the country to a minimal level.

The SSA made revealed to the delegation that Mr. President is interested in the youth popu of the country, and is eager to ensure that the evil social vices to destroy the country is reduced, and completely eliminated.

He also assured the delegation of the readiness of the Federal Government, ably led by His Excellency President Muhammadu Buhari, GCFR to work with the youths and also create an enabling environment, in addition building capacity across the 36 States of the Federation.

Hon. Felix Kurogha also used the opportunity to unveil the appointment of Comrade David Awasa as his Personal Assistant (PA).

Also speaking on his office, Kurogha assured the delegation that names of various State Coordinators across 36 States of the Federation will be officially published and liaison offices will be situated in every state to effectively carry out this rigorous assignment.

He also briefed the delegation on the up-coming capacity event as part of Mr. President’s commitment to the youths of this country.

Open Letter from a Bayelsan to Governor Douye Diri

His Excellency Sen. Douye Diri
Executive Governor
Bayelsa State.

Your Excellency,

BE MORE WORRIED/FEARFUL ON THE BACKWARDNESS AND UNDER DEVELOPMENT IN THE STATE THAN THE CONGRATULATORY MESAGES FROM BAYELSANS

Your Excellency Sir, I bring you a warm greeting from my neuclar family and CLG NIG LIMITED.

Your Excellency will note on before his mantle of leadership as the Governor and enthusiasm of Bayelsans to elect a leader to pilot the affairs of this State due to the bad leadership inherited by Government after Government, thus making the State looking less than a State, moreso, keeping the Capital in an embarrassing state as the most undeveloped State Capital in the 36 States of the Federation.

Your Excellency Sir, case upon court cases have come and gone, which most recent is the yesterday’s judgment by the Supreme court. It is also technically observed that the cyber space is crowded with congratulatory messages by your fans mostly Bayelsans who may not have a down taught of the consequences and challenges ahead.

Your Excellency, I am on the side to tell you to be more worried and fearful to achieving, bringing developmental strategies that are not politically galvanized (vain promise as usual).

Your Excellency Sir, there is no doubt that your administration will witnessed the most developmental challenges seeing the debt services ahead this current Government.

My candid advise to your Excellency are:-
1) Your Excellency must as matter of urgency engage indigenous technocrats, who are in the private sector, to buy ideas that will lead to reboot the economy and job creation and of course increase the IGR of the State. (NOT politically galvanized)

2)Your Excellency must be ready to face the reality, knowing fully well that Bayelsa is underdeveloped. And also a mechanism be setup to look into those unacceptable wages, divide and rule policy, block those who are ready to finger into the stationary monthly a location coming into the State without fear or favour.

3) For this administration to actualize it’s dreams in an open and transparent manner, the ministry should allow registered indigenous contractors to bid jobs and execute them. Your Excellency, it very obvious that only Governors who are not transparent allow direct service job to be carried in other to carry out dubious act to siphon money meant for the general development of their States.

Your Excellency Sir, this should not be a time to rejoice and making big party but a time to look inward to the challenges that will befall your administration which are far tedious, corrosive and fearful that the Supreme court case, and the past administrations, which I will refer as the SUPER SUPREME CHALLENGES in your administration.

Thank you Sir. I wish you and your administration great success.

Comr. David Awasa
The common Bayelsan.