By Elohor Igbru, Abuja
A 102 year old Centenarian High Chief Josephine Ezeanyaeche has urged youths to come out and make right choices rather than glorying criminals in the forth coming general election in 2023.
Ezeanyaeche who recently declared her presidential ambition hails from Akukwa Village, Ubukwu, Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State.
According to her, she is the Ezinne Gburugburu of Akukwa Ngo, Igbo-Ukwu.
Ezeanyaeche also urged youths to stop hiding in the social media and be involved in the affairs of the country.
“My message to them is that the future is still very bright for this country, despite the challenges it is facing now, but Nigerians must make the right choices in 2023 and stop glorifying criminals.
“Nigerians must stop praising those who are stealing the wealth that belongs to them and keeping them in abject poverty. The youths should come out and stop hiding in the social media. The rot and damage is massive and it is because the young ones have left the affairs of this country, their future, far too long, in the hands of recycled leaders. The damage can make one to despair, but I will tell Nigerians that there is still hope of redemption if we start doing the right things. The people should stop collecting money from politicians during elections.
“As for 2023, we are praying and calling on God not to allow those who are squandering the wealth and resources of this country to have their way back. This is the only country we have, especially the young ones. As for me, I have seen it all, what else am I still seeking other than the growth of my country? I say no to the exodus of our young ones to foreign lands as a result of bad governance. I want Nigerians to make a U-turn in the way they select their leaders.”