Osita Chidoka, a former minister of aviation, has argued against the idea that the quota system advantages the North automatically. He maintained that people who have purposefully enrolled their children in important institutions like CBN, NDIC, and SSS are the true winners of the quota system. He pointed out that there is a connection between the names in these organizations and people who hold public office. He highlighted the difficulties that disenfranchised youth in the North and young Igbo people looking for opportunities share, promoting empathy and candid conversation. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
He conveyed the importance of young people collaborating and identifying those who can lead efforts towards realizing a new and equitable Nigeria.
He said in an interview with Channels TV, ”We don’t need to talk down on each other. We don’t need to accuse the people of the North of not understanding that they are benefitting from the quota system. The North is not benefitting, the people benefitting from the quota system are those who have put their children in CBN, NDIC, and SSS.
Go there and look at the names of the people in these organizations, it correlates with the names of the people in Public office. The young disenfranchised Nigeria in the North is in the same situation as the young Igbo boy who is applying and saying I’m disadvantaged. It should be the young people understanding that they don’t need to talk against each other, they need to communicate honestly, share their challenges, and then begin to see those who will be in the vanguard of making that new Nigeria come to pass.’ CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>