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  • Following the controversial remarks in London by Buhari, Wikipedia develops a page on "Lazy Nigerian Youths"
  • A Wikipedia page on Lazy Nigerian
    Youths has appeared, following President
    Buhari’s controversial remarks in London
    - According to the page, the Lazy Nigerian
    Youths is 'a social media revolt by Nigerian
    youths against their president'
    - The page pointed out that Buhari said a
    lot of Nigerian youths have not been to
    school, and that they want everything free
    because the country is an oil producing
    state
    A new dimension has emerged in the
    controversy concerning President
    Muhammadu Buhari’s comments about
    Nigerian youths in London, as a Lazy
    Nigerian Youths Wikipedia page has
    now appeared.
    At the Commonwealth Business Forum,
    President Muhammadu Buhari stated:
    “More than 60 percent of the population
    is below 30. A lot of them haven’t been to
    school and they are claiming that
    Nigeria is an oil producing country,
    therefore, they should sit and do nothing,
    and get housing, healthcare, education
    free.”

    NAIJ.com notes that the comment did not
    go down well with many young
    Nigerians who translated the comment
    to mean that the president was
    referring to them as being lazy.The
    controversy then birthed the
    #LazyNigerianYouths trend on Twitter.
    Wikipedia described the Lazy Nigerian
    Youths as “a social media revolt by
    Nigerian youths against their president,
    Muhammadu Buhari.”
    Lazy Nigerian Youths Wikipedia page
    It went further: “While speaking at the
    Commonwealth Business Forum in
    Westminster in April Buhari said a lot of
    Nigerian youths have not been to school
    and they want everything free because
    the country is an oil producing state.
    “But the Nigerian youths will not have
    any of it as they soon took to social
    media to protest against the comment of
    the number one citizen of the country.”

    Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously
    reported that a hardworking female
    graduate took to social media to call out
    President Muhammadu Buhari for
    accusing Nigerian youths of being lazy .
    The young lady identified as Adebisi
    Aderonke on Facebook, disclosed that
    she is a business owner and not lazy as
    the president claimed. Aderonke added
    that she is also a graduate of Tai Solarin
    University of Education.
    African Drum Festival 2018: Nigerian
    youths show Buhari that they are not
    lazy.

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