Former President of the Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki has admonished Nigerians to approach the new year 2022 with optimism and enthusiasm.
Saraki in his new year message said Nigeria’s leaders also need to work towards including youths at all levels of governance and decision making.
He advanced that Nigerian youths deserve a better, safe, and secure future, and the year 2022 is a good time to channel more energy towards achieving that objective.
The former Senate President made his position known in his new year message to Nigerians as made available to www.tracknews.ng
He said: “I want to wish you and your loved ones a very happy new year. May 2022 bring you much prosperity, happiness, and success.
“A new year brings with it much excitement. We reflect on what has come before us, learn the lessons of the past, and look forward to new beginnings.
“As I travel around the country and meet with young people, I listen to their stories, learn from their experiences, and have a better understanding of the kind of country that they want to see. I also see the need to adopt their ideas and inculcate them into our plan for the future.”
“Our young people deserve a brighter and better future. They deserve a safer future. Let us make 2022 the year we start to plan for that future. Let’s work to Grow Nigeria together!” the 13th Senate President of Nigeria stated.
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