Peter Obi Tells Nigerians To Pray For Unemployed Youths

I Live In Fear Everyday Over Insecurity, PDP's Peter Obi Cries Out

Anambra State former governor, Peter Obi ,has called on Catholics to pray for the unemployed youth in the country during Lent.

The call was made by the former governor in a tweet earlier today.

According to him, the future of the unemployed youth is being jeopardised by “the situation in the land”.

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He further called on the Catholic faithful to pray for the victims of insecurity in Nigeria.

“As we begin our Lenten observance today, I urge fellow Catholics around Nigeria to remember and also pray for all those killed across Nigeria as a result of the looming insecurity,” Obi wrote.

“Let us also put in our prayers, the teeming unemployed youths in Nigeria today, whose future is being jeopardised by the situation in the land.”

Recall that in October last year, Sadiya Umar Farouq, minister of humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development, said over 40 million Nigerians are unemployed.

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A month later, the senate asked the federal government to declare a state of emergency on unemployment in the country.

See his tweet below:

 

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