Until Nigeria's problem of political and economic marginalization of young people is brought under adequate control, the country sits on a "time bomb" bound to explode (This is the emphasis).Without gainsaying the fact, unless efforts are widely mobilized NOW to de-radicalize the youths and de-escalate the current rising trend of radicalization among young people, which is fast spreading across the country, then it will be right to say that Nigeria stands the risk of a youth-led armed revolution in the near future (armed youth explosion). This of course, will not only result in the loss of the country's already weak democracy but bloodshed, loss of lives and destruction of properties, beyond our imagination (Please lets draw lessons from the Arab Spring).
If we are careless to allow this happen, it will place millions of children, women, young people and men alike, at the risks of injuries, deaths and other crisis, while families and communities will be displaced. More orphans, widows and widowers will emerge in a geometric ratio. Nigeria willthen become a big problem to itself and to the entire world. Nigeria's growing army of unemployed young people is actually a pending disaster that must be carefully averted.
I have learnt what is called "M cube": Money, Materials and Men. Through this initiative I believe Nigeria can gain back her glory as a Nation.
I have been taught how to manage my business and gained entrepreneur skills. I can now become a real boss of my own.