Be patriotic, Stop condemning Nigeria — Amina Mohammed

Be patriotic, Stop condemning Nigeria — Amina Mohammed

The UN Deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed, has urged Nigerian youths to be patriotic and stop condemning Nigeria.

Ms Mohammed, also the UN Sustainable Development Group chairwoman, said this on the sidelines of a public lecture on Thursday in Abuja. According to her, young Nigerians must always speak positively about the country.

“I agree with you that the potential in this country has not been met, and we could have done much better with this government, with the past government, and with the government before.

What I disagree with is people going about saying there is no hope and condemn everything about the country. So, to say nothing is happening, define what you mean by nothing.

Mind what you say because it has impacts on people’s lives. Some people take it seriously, whether what you say is true or not. It is, therefore, important to always consider the implication of what you want to say about your country is before saying them,” she said.

In other news, Super TV CEO, alleged murderer Chidinma is still within the custody of the Nigerian Police, over the last 48 hours new evidence of CCTV footages showing the late CEO with his lover at a restaurant before he was murdered. (watch the video here).

More also damming videos of Chidinma via social media has also gone viral, showing the 21-year-old Chidinma smocking Indian Hemp like a Pro (watch the video here).

Furthermore, the Police have released Chidinma’s Dad who was arrested for attempting to stop the Police from arresting his daughter, also released is the manager of the rented apartment in Lekki where the murder took place.

We would continue to keep readers updated on the latest development regarding the case.


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