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If Nigeria splits up, Oluwo says, South West would suffer

South West will endure if Nigeria separates, Oluwo cautions

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The Oluwo of Iwoland in Osun State, Oba Abdulrosheed Akanbi, on Wednesday, cautioned that South West will endure if Nigeria separates now and asked youths upsetting for the Yoruba country to quiet down.

He said this during the official show of the Osun Youth Policy Document of the State Ministry of Youths by the State Governor, Mr Adegboyega Oyetola, in Osogbo, the state capital.

The ruler commended Oyetola’s organization for its great designs for the youths in the state and encouraged the youths to help out the public authority to convey instead of unsettle for a separation.

Oba Akanbi said no one but Lagos can pay the compensation of its government workers without hanging tight for cash from the government, saying that other South-West states can’t pay rates of their laborers and that greater part of individuals in the district were government employees.

‘Youths are significant’

Talking at the occasion, Oyetola said youths are extremely basic to his organization’s supportable turn of events and clarified that the Osun Youth Policy Document was created to enable the youngsters in the State.

The recently disclosed Youth Policy Document has four segments – Youth Strengthening, Youth Commitment, Youth Business and Youth Training.

Oyetola said his organization had articulated a reasonable policy system to guarantee that an empowering climate is made for the youths to maximally understand their imaginative and useful potential.

He said the Osun Youth Policy Document contains a responsibility by the public authority, the youth of the State and the general public in compatibility of youth improvement and development.

He said, “As caught in the Policy, youth improvement is all encompassing and coordinated, needing the help and dynamic association of every single pertinent Ministry, Offices, and Offices (MDAs), Youth Associations, Non-Administrative Associations and the Public Area, Private Area and Givers.”

Oyetola, who depicted youths as the most useful, productive and enthusiastic portion of the populace, said his organization had put immensely in them as a component of endeavors to construct a virile and manageable economy and guarantee all-around development and advancement.

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