Nigeria’s unity not negotiable —HOSTCOM Youths Wing

By Chris Ochayi

ABUJA—The National Youth Wing of Host Communities Producing Oil and Gas in Nigeria, HOSTCOM, has said the unity of Nigeria is not negotiable and called for positive contributions that would make the nation stronger and more united.

Speaking in Abuja, the National Youth President, HOSTCOM, Success Samuel, said Nigeria was one indivisible nation and we shall continue to work to together to achieve greatness.

According to him, “Permit me at this juncture to state unequivocally that we are fully in support of Mr. President’s leadership of this nation and his effort to rid this nation of endemic corruption   that has bedevilled our common wealth. We are also resolute in our solidarity for President Muhammadu Buhari on a ‘’united Nigerian nation” where equity and justice prevail. We are Nigerians, we are proud to be one indivisible nation. We shall continue to work with the President as no other nation on the surface of the earth is as blessed as the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

“More so, our President is the only president in the world that has provided a solution in the UN 72 meeting to a lingering world problem that would have led to another world war through South and North Korea against the United States of America.”

Commenting on the efforts by the administration to uplift Niger Delta youths, Samuel, noted, “It is noteworthy that presently our youths are undergoing serious training on pipeline surveillance to protect and crush vandals in the creeks to enhance production of oil and gas from the Niger Delta region. This kind of training is essential to ensure that the youths are faced with reality of the fact that the Federal Government considers the members of the host communities as an integral part of the factors essential for national development.”

more especially considering the host communities youths into the ministerial fold or cabinet as the federal executive members of the council.”


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