By Ademola Adeleye
It is a classical case of romance gone when former chieftain of the ruling party, the All Progressive Congress APC, Adamu Garba, describes the party as having no future doe the youths.
A presidential aspirant on the platform of Young Progressives Congress, YPC, Garba said that Nigerian youth have no future in the big political parties in the country.
Garba who spoke while picking the party presidential nomination form said that only YPC that can guarantee the future of the youth.
A former member of People Democratic Party, PDP and later All Progressives Congress, APC, said: ” For me to come here today and tell the whole world that the future of the young people lies with YPP, I think that there is no credible.member who should say so, only me because I have identified critically with the parties, worked for the parties but eventually, all the young people are mushroomed, stacked and dustbinned and may be they are waiting to set fire on them.
He however said YPP is coming with a new deal for the teeming youth of this country.
He said: “What we are bringing on board is a new deal, what this new deal is, it is vision. A vision that will go to a foundational reset for the Nigerian state, because the reason why we have been failing consistently in this country is because the foundational establishment of the state of Nigeria is faulty.
” We can keep blaming the people in government as we blame former President Olusegun Obasanjo, we blame the late Umar Yar’Adua, we blame Goodluck Jonathan and currently, we are blaming President Muhammadu Buhari.
” But if you look at the core of the failure of the various governments despite been from different region of the country and different political parties, is that the system is faulty.
“The system.was established at the point of division, at the time they were trying to see me and you see each other as different people and meanwhile we are sharing the same geography.
“The system was built on lies, trying to tell you as an Ibo man, hausa or youtube man that you are the same with others, meanwhile it is not.
” We have to accept our differences, and that is the only way we can tolerate one another.
“That is why we are bringing a system, a new vision that will re-engineer our unity and the centre of our core, which is the economy. The economy is what we need to link us up.
“You cannot connect without networking, you cannot connect in a state without infrastructure. You must bridge the gap between the buyer and seller.”
He stressed that until the different regions begin to see the other region as economic value to one another, there can never be development.
This, he said, is what his presidency would address if elected as the president of Nigeria.
“So the party is bringing a new deal based on transforming Nigeria away from the politically divided entity that you see today,” he added.