Politics for Peanut: Kwara Youths To Maximize Their Potentials

Politics for Peanut: Kwara Youths To Maximize Their Potentials

By: Abdulwaheed Sofiullahi

AREWA AGENDA – The identical avidity that grows archly betwixt the impecunious political menials is nurtured by the so-called callous leaders. Everybody wants to be like them and mimicking the incautious, grasping, and mendacity attributes that are penetrating their bloods. The politicians had perverted to gods while many citizenrys are exchanging their future with paltry.

Also most of the youths in Nigeria rather Kwara state precisely had disgruntled and hopeless to ascertain their plausible. The classic tale of leaders as dealers of Kwara flunts the condemnation, while many citizenry’s ways are misleaded by the leaders. Perhaps, hardship that strikes the sower in the sewer of the youths may not let them re-think again when they are trained by the leaders to become a thug, smokers, ballot-box snatchers and getting involved in social vices. While their futures are sorrowfully wiping.

I pray those casualties would be schooled; that our leaders are the hypocritical steamrollers who don’t want the sociatel thuggish and political-worshiping to stop because of their roles doing election. The citizenry’s future would never be their own concern after they dumped-and-disuse the masses; over-hyped and impoverished them with some token also anointed their future in a rhetoric of sympathy.

Nevertheless, some folks don’t believe that our leaders were elected to serve, in performing the role for which they are elected for: some people would turn to their servants, pleading and praising them before they would be able to put food in mouth and these flawed leaders are re-establishing their roles as misery merchants, malefic, dealers and undertakers. The inexplicable hostilities daunting an unlettered to leave a spiteful ways of depersoning their futuristics fangs for politicians while those people that school passed through are also using their chemopreventive experiences to worship divinity, engineering on an undue pagan influence: Despite the knowledge most of these god-worshippers gained when they were in the school, they are still using their pair of shoe to plead for picayune from conduit.

If truly education is not the only way to succeed, as a sociologist (Auguste Comte) stated while he’s enlighten about social stratification: refers to society’s categorization of its people into groups based on socioeconomic factors like wealth, income, race, education, gender, occupation, and social status, or derived power (social and political). As such, stratification is the relative social position of persons within a social group, category, geographic region, or social unit. In modern societies, social stratification is typically defined in terms of three social classes: the upper, middle, and lower class. Believe me, everybody is needed in our societies, If each citizen discovers what he knows mostly how to do than any other people: surely, it would earn him self-confidence and attain his goals in life: thus the stratification had shown that not only politicians fall under higher class in our societies, but an individual creativeness can push one to the stage without worshipping gods.

Looking into the rate of unemployment in Nigeria, we would know that our Incumbent leaders have nothing to offer us. It’s not that one must be educated before one would stand-still to reach an upper-class in the society. No, many people in the world today have become successful entrepreneurs because of their business ideas. Many citizens are good at making shoes, golds and some other vulnerable things. It ain’t the most we should be expecting from our leaders to straighten our life before we would achieve our dreams alive. If your intimate friends are attending schools and you don’t have the same opportunity, don’t weep because schooling is not the only way to succeed in life but also, self-discovery.

Arewa Agenda is a Publication of Young writers/journalist from Northern Nigeria towards Peaceful Coexistence and National Development through positive narratives

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