A Nigerian human rights lawyer, Adeola Oyinlade says Nigerians are still with hope, despite myriads of challenges facing the country, 62 years after independence.
Oyinlade who made this known while speaking on The Crest Breakfast Show yesterday called for proactive measures to tackle the nation’s challenges.
While identifying the challenges to include poor leadership, insecurity, poverty and unemployment, the international law expert called for concerted efforts by nigerians to nip them in the bud.
The human rights lawyer, who called for participatory governance, advocated a change of heart on the part of Nigerians, leaders, and followers alike, to enable the country move away from incessant killings, corruption, fraud, kidnapping, and selfishness, to pave the way for a better Nigeria.
Source: CREST CBS