Says My Faith In Nigeria Unshakable Despite Problems

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has declared that his faith in a better Nigeria remains unshakable though Nigerians, particularly the youths have been driven to the wall.

Obasanjo expressed hope that the country will not be destroyed by the myriads of challenges it contend with currently. The elder statesman disclosed this at the opening of Abeokuta Window on America, at the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library (OOPL), in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital.

He was represented by the Deputy Coordinator of OOPL, Mr. Ayodele Aderinwale. The Abeokuta Window on America is a type of American Space located in over 150 countries worldwide to engage Nigerian youths in learning about American culture, history and politics. The Space is set up at the youth centre of the OOPL in partnership with US consulate in Nigeria.

Delivery his keynote address at the event, Obasanjo expressed the optimism that no matter of what the country is currently going through, the forces of evil will not triumph over good. “Whatever may be the problem or challenges currently confronting Nigeria today, I assure you they are not problems on the attack they are actually problems on the retreat.

“My faith in Nigeria remains unshakable. My optimism about the future is still resounding. Some may wonder how the future can be rescued. I see hope in the determination, resilience and the indomitable spirit of Nigerians. I see hope, in their resistance when they are pushed to the wall. I see hope, in the zeal, commitment and courage in the face of adversity. I see hope, in the bound and incurable optimism of young Nigerians.

“I see hope, in the willingness of Nigerian young and who are resistance with all their might the evil that are been perpetrated. I see hope, in the unwavering conduct and uncompromising drive of Nigerians in demanding a democratic process. I see hope, in the ingenuity and infinite creativity of the Nigeria. I see hope, in the youth and young for our tomorrow lies in them.

“I see hope, in the great potentials of the Nigerian, empowered, motivated and well led. I see hope, in the blending of experience, energy and dynamism of the old and the new. I see hope, in the dynamism, vibrancy and richness of our culture. And I see hope, in the commonality of humanity,” Obasanjo said.

Speaking on the importance of the Abeokuta Window on America, the U.S. Consulate Public Affairs Officer, Stephen Ibelli disclosed that, the space would offer a calendar of programmes on topics of interest designed to bring Americans and Nigerians closer together.

He noted that the space would further deepen the US – Nigerian relationship, saying no fewer than 100 youths would be engaged on weekly basis in learning about the culture, history and politics of America through books and over 300 online publications.

Written By Obioma Ezenwobodo Esq

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