Sunday Dare who has been bashed by Nigerian youth over his comments on End SARS protest has told the youth “this is the time change things”.
NAIJA NEWS NG reports that Sunday Dare shared these words of encouragement on November 1 via his Twitter page.
He urged the youth to take the protest to the next level by engaging the government on the table of discussion.
Sunday Dare ‘s tweet read: “Nov 1- Today, Nigeria celebrates its Maiden National Youth Day. We focus on issues that concern our youth.
“With the protests that have occurred across the country, Nigeria stands at the cusp of change in youth development. Already, that change has begun. What is needed is to deepen the youth initiatives and accelerate the onboarding of beneficiaries in a transparent and effectual manner.”
The minister noted that Nigeria youths could be the country’s greatest resource if the right investments are made.
“As a country, we are blessed with a bulging youth population that can turn out to be the country’s greatest resource if we make the right investments and in a timely manner.
“The protest of our youth shall not be in vain. It is time to engage government constructively. Come to the table. I say to the youth -Your time has come,” Sunday Dare added.