The comment by President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday that, Nigerian youths are lazy and not ready to work has come under serious attack from Many Nigerian youths who took to Twitter and other social media platforms to air their displeasure over the president’s remark on them.
See tweets below
Nigerian youths are lazy? Lol 😂
I can tag at least 80 developers/techies that are shaking & breaking tables here & abroad without Government’s help.🔥
PS: We still pay tax that helps you & family survive your stupendous health bills ☺ #LazyNigerianYouths
— Prosper Otemuyiwa (@unicodeveloper) April 19, 2018
I am a Nigerian youth, I am working my socks out to get these fabrics (English cashmere and Swiss Voil) sold, so I don’t depend on oil money. Please DO NOT BE LAZY TO RETWEET. Show you are not a #LazyNigerianYouths @i_am_Anomeli @akaebube @AishaYesufu @Omojuwa pic.twitter.com/cT2IhUG89T
— Elbea Fabrics (@ElBeaFabrics) April 19, 2018
Meet Kate Ogechukwu, a Second Class Upper graduate of History and International Relations from Ebonyi state university, decided to go into charcoal selling to make ends meet, due to lack of Jobs.. #LazyNigerianYouths pic.twitter.com/cfvitanKM0
— Mr. Jack Robinson (@jackdre02) April 19, 2018
Buhari’s son is unemployed but Drives an N80M Bike.
Most Nigerian Youths are not so lucky enough to be Multi Millionaires with no Job/Business
— KinG NomSo (@ani_nomso) April 19, 2018
My name is Parosident Buhari. I am almost 90 years.
In my 30s, I was already sharing oil blocs to my cronies as Head of State.
I took unemployment to an all time high and still mock the youths because in 2019, they will collect money and vote for me.#LazyNigerianYouths
— Parosident Buhari (@TheMbuhari) April 19, 2018
Nigerian youths are willing to do jobs that they actually hate just to make ends meet. Nigerian youths adapt to EVERY situation to survive. Nigerian youths are not Lazy! #LazyNigerianYouths
— Moonlight (@kinglucia_) April 19, 2018
I’m a teacher in 3 different places. I also sell cars , I don’t do anything illegal. I work round the clock.
I am a Nigerian youth.
I am a superwoman.
I am not lazy.#LazyNigerianYouths
— P.R.I.N.C.E.S.S (@OneBabeLikeThat) April 19, 2018