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Promise Nwadigos Delivers New Years’ Message, Says IYP’ Best Days Are Still Ahead

“After five year that has tested our leadership in unimaginable ways, we’ve seen how  young people from all walks of life who are members of the International Youth Parliament  have stepped up to create change to make things better in the continent,”
“Today we are  ringing in 2023 with optimism for what’s to come and a belief that our best days are still ahead. “The challenges we face as young Africans  will not disappear overnight, but as we look forward to the start of a new year, I’m filled with fresh hope about the possibilities of better days to come,”  “I believe is time for the African leaders to tell themselves the truth and be good leaders, let them  unite, heal, and rebuild  our continent in 2023 ,”

2022 has seen over 30 million people contracting Covid-19 and over 330,000 people succumbing to the virus across the country.
The pandemic also fuled an economic crisis where so many employed youth lost  for unemployment followed by months of social unrest following the brutal deaths of  Youth  by the security personnel’s  across Africa and  at the hands of police EndSars.
On the  leadership attitude  of the African leaders  — a wise and honest Government, restrain their   youth from injuring one another, provide good policies that will leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and must not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned.” But in Africa the revised is the case, it’s has always being difficult for workers to get paid on time or possibly owed for months without minding; “how did our leaders become  this extremely wicked to the people they are given to govern.”
As we the young Africans says goodbye to an undoubtedly turbulent  2022, I encourage every youth to get involved in politics, get engaged and stand up against bad leaders that has kept our continent backwards instead of moving forward.” – while the year marked huge political dictators brutality mostly on young leaders who ran for political positions  in different Africa countries, violence and Boko Haram tension  and the fight to silence  young leaders voice- our youth  unrelenting spirit of kindness prevailed and ordinary people found ways to make a difference.

May God bless Africa
May God bless Us All

Happy New Year

Asante SANA

Signed: His Excellency, Hon (Engr) Promise Anurika Nwadigos- President IYP
Www.iypglobal.org/president@iypglobal.org

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