No hope on #Twitterban lift as Buhari blames youths for unemployment, insecurity


Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari has warned the Nigerian youths to behave themselves and ensure the nation is secured if they want jobs in the country.

Buhari noted that no investor can invest in an unsecured environment, a situation he quite agreed is currently bedeviling the Nation at the moment.

President Buhari, in an interview on Arise TV on Thursday morning, bemoaned the spate of violence in the country blaming the Endsars protesters for the lack of investments and jobs.

He said, “I told them to tell the youths if they want jobs they should behave themselves, make Nigeria secure so that people can come and invest. Nigeria is resourceful everybody knows that God has really endowed us.”

President Buhari lamenting the Endsars protests which were hijacked by hoodlums to perpetrate violence, said, “About 200 buses bought by the former governor of Lagos were burnt by restive youths. Who would go and invest in such an environment? Nobody it is just common sense.

He warned the youths to be of good conducts if they must get jobs in the country as a peaceful nation would attract investors in the country.

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“Youths should behave themselves make Nigeria secure and they will get jobs because nobody can invest in an unsecured environment,” he said.

No plan to lift Twitter’s suspension

Also, during the interview, the president turned down a question on the suspension of operations of the micro blogging and social networking service, Twitter in Nigeria.

He stated that the government was forced to act because of “the persistent use of the platform for activities that are capable of undermining Nigeria’s corporate existence.”

But during an the interview on Arise TV, Buhari when quizzed on when the Twitter ban would be lifted, declined to comment, saying he would “keep” the answer to himself.

“I will keep that to myself,” Buhari said.