The teaming Nigerian youth has rejected the statement issued by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), and the Harvard Kennedy School in the United States, which said: “that Nigeria as a nation is at a point of no return having shown all the signs of a failed nation.”
The organization which made the disclosure in research findings, it released through its senior fellow and former US Ambassador to Nigeria, John Campbell, and Mr. Robert Rotberg, who is the founding director, Harvard Kennedy School’s Programme on Intrastate Conflict and president emeritus, World Peace Foundation, said Nigeria is currently in its final phase, from which it would eventually collapse.
But responding, the National Youth Leader, Congress of Northern Nigeria Christians (CNNC), Engr Daniel Kadzai, in a reply said; “John Campbell and Mr. Robert Rotberg failed to understand how Nigeria overcame all the past challenges facing her as a nation. As much as Nigeria is given a bad name, we have very honest and patriotic stakeholders both sacred and secular working round the clock to address our challenges.”
“In Nigeria, we serve a living God who never sleeps nor slumber despite our diversity in religion. Looking at the looming challenges, one may conclude that there is no hope, but we are convinced that God is raising leaders that will turn the trend of events. “
Daniel stated further that; “Looking back at how far Nigeria has come, there is hope that things will change and we can safely say that Nigeria is at the point of GLORIOUS RETURN in Jesus name.”
Speaking further Daniel said; “can you not see the good vision for Nigeria? We are optimistic; Nigeria will be restored beyond our DREAMS and past GLORY! Nigeria will be celebrated.”