Tuesday, 12 September 2017

SOUTHERN NIGERIA YOUTH CONGRESS (SNYC) COMMENDS SOUTHERN GOVERNORS MEETING AT ASABA ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

SOUTHERN NIGERIA YOUTH CONGRESS (SNYC)  COMMENDS SOUTHERN  GOVERNORS MEETING AT ASABA ON REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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Being  a press release  by the National  Executive Council of Southern Nigeria Youth Congress (SNYC)  in commendation of the initiative  for regional development by south-south governor's.

In line with our mandate of regional development and good governance;  the  National  Executive Council of Southern Nigeria Youth Congress (SNYC) wish to commend Governors Udom, Wike and Okowa for the initiative  and move to develop our region,  the southern region.

Having considered  the level of ill-treatment  cum mal-handling faced by the region,  it becomes only logical that we alone can develop our own and no one else.

The move to sit down to brainstorm and chart a way for our region, build a United front for peace and sustainable  development is a commendable one.  We also want to use this opportunity to call on other governors and stakeholders of the southern region viz: south-east,  south-west and south-south  to come together in a united, indivisible front, the southern front; as this is the only place we can truly call home.

The state  of the south is in a quick deceleration. our economy, regression; our worth,  retrogession. It is only if stakeholders especially in the political class could be bold and brave enough to look through the needle's eye to see that unity is the way, only then can the template for sustainable development be said to be set.

Finally,  we wish to remind our youths that violence is not the way. For how long do we continue to inflict pain on ourselves as a means of sending our message?
"peace for all,  is the business of all! "
"United  we stand,  divided we fall! "

Signed:

Comr. Ugagaoghene Ogheneyole
(President General, SNYC)

Comr. Ebere Davidson
(National Secretary, SNYC)

Comr. Afolabi Saheed Seedorf
(National Public Relations Officer, SNYC)

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