The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, has urged Nigerian youths to lend their supports to the present administration of President Buhari fro the betterment of the Nigeria.

Oba Ogunwusi gave the advice during the visitation of Presidential Aspirant of Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN) Party, Hon Fela Durotoye, on Thursday, in Ooni’s palace, Ile-Ife.

He commended President Muhammadu Buhari, for prioritising youths vanguard, an exempliary good leader, that love youths and planning for their brighter future.

“No wonder why the bill “Not too young to run” that would favour youths’ future was signed into law” he said.

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The Royal father charged the younger ones to come out to leadership position and support the elderly ones so as to take the country beyond.

Ooni of Ife lauded the ANN Presidential Aspirant for being courageous enough to show up the interest to contest for the post, called him to orderliness as all eyes were set on him.

“You have shown the value of the culture by taking the right step to pay homage to the first stool created by God, confirmed sitting on as ordained by God.

“God is not a man that will lies, He has remained faithful from the inception of the world, saying that God has endowed the contestant with spirit of humility and should keep it up. he stated.

Oba Ogunwusi eulogiesed youths to uphold the pillar of peace, love and unity of the country, saying this is the high time they need to gear up and fight for their future.

“We are proud of you for your braveness to come out to contest for Presidential post at this time, am assure you that your name has been written on a platter of gold.

“Nigeria youths had been sleeping before, but I believed your coming out will reawakening them from their slumbering, reiterate them for more commitment” he expressed.

Ooni of Ife charged him to do his best and leave the rest for God, warned him against do or die political affairs, but to comport himself in a godly manner, saying God’s will is the best for him.

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