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'Come To The Negotiation Table, Don't Be Afraid' - Buhari Tells Nigerian Youths

'Come To The Negotiation Table, Don't Be Afraid' - Buhari Tells Nigerian Youths
President Muhammadu Buhari 
President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari has pleaded with Nigerian youths not to be afraid to approach the negotiating table with his government officials in other to work together for the growth of the nation.

He urged the youths to put a stop to all street protests and use negotiations and influential discussions to engage his government to help reform and bring an end to all forms of police brutality.

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Buhari made this disclosure while speaking to the Maiden National Youth Day Celebration which concurred with the African Youth Day celebration.

The FCT Minister representing Buhari during the celebration, Mr. Muhammad Bello affirmed that the administration has heard the grievances of the youths.


Garba Shehu, his spokesman also released a statement quoting the President that the Federal Government “now wants to hear concrete and practical ideas”.

"You must realize that protests cannot last indefinitely. My government will not lift a hand to stop or suppress you.

"However, the fact of the matter is that other forces and actors will seek to take over your protests that they may redirect them in ways you did not intend and perhaps do not agree with.

"Every successful protest movement the world over has understood that there comes a time when activity must move from the street to the negotiation table.

"That time for you has come. Do not be afraid of this reality. You should welcome it,” he said.

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