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2020 INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY: ABIA YOUTHS FOR MORE SUCCESS, DON’T DIE A POOR!!!

2020 INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY: ABIA YOUTHS FOR MORE SUCCESS, DON’T DIE A POOR!!!

The Abia state Governor Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu through his youthful Commissioner for Youth and Sports Development, Chief Emeka Ikwuagwu has undoubtably led down a commmendable approach to reaching out to the youths of the state including those in the diaspora by creating a platform for propitious interaction amongst Abia youths.

In this regard, a select group of youths will be opportuned to interact with their fellow youths with the aim of encouraging them to be productive in whatever sphere of work their hands find to do as well adding a feedback through questions and answers.

This is a positive idea created with the sole aim of building successful and responsible youths for a better tomorrow, thereby mopping up the streets of talented youths seeking for employment opportunity or turning nuisance to the community.

It is a live programme via zoom hence we have got men of valor and virtuous ladies who are youths too, to carry-on this task.

Perturbed by the way youths of nowadays grow up with fear and no one to guide, encourage and be a helping hand to their success pathways, this idea is most welcomed to settle this issue. It is going to bring youths together as a family with mutual understanding for a better well being.

Lets keep in mind that strategic success requires creativity, critical thinking, hard work, discipline, the courage to be bold and little bit of good fortune which determination crowns the efforts with productivity and fruitfulness.

Youths want to be inspired; and the future is something to look forward to, it helps align roles and actions to perform on a daily basis adding to your lifestyle to make it count.

This is going to make the youths think and act like a team/family, to remain focused on how to improve together, keep thought alive on becoming more efficient and effective because we’re better together than anyone else alone.

This is a focal point to help us succeed. Focus is utmost important to success. Literally speaking, anything that we focus on, gains strength and increases its chances of success. Your focus determines your future and focus is discipline.

Every youth deserves a chance at success and a bright future. The reason every youth of Abia must get involved in this talk and welcome this idea as a good one, is based to note that, the past or family should not be the hitch to our success. If you are born poor it is not your fault but if you die poor, it is all your fault. Poverty here goes beyond making money even without removing the landmarks. Failure, they say, is not a sign that the road has come to an end, the way we live our life now affects to a great extent our future either positively or negatively.

The truth is, “A city that has no youth nor their best interest at heart, has no future and no hope for a coming generation.”

Let us all rise and embrace with joy, the opportunities that has come our way. To our dear Governor, Mr commissioner and all who have made this dream to become a vision and a goal achievable come 12th August, the International Youth Day, I say more power to your elbows. Indeed a good thing has come on our way to keep our lamps trimmed and burning.

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Ubani Newman Ubani (UNU)
06:08:2020

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