It raises lots of posers. What are the true intentions of government? What kind of future do they design for the youth?

These questions agitating the minds of many follow the order granted by Justice Ahmed Mohamed of the Federal High Court, Abuja. The order was filed by the Central Bank of Nigeria to freeze accounts of 19 Nigerian youths because of carrying out their rights as citizens of their country.

This 19 young Nigerians who hold accounts with very banks as listed in the directives of Justice Mohammed of the Federal High Court Abuja, and the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, is now being open up for different forms of challenges which may lead to more youth requesting for a total overhaul of the President Buhari-Led government.

All the banks involved, Access Bank, Fidelity Bank, First Bank Nigeria, Guaranty Trust Bank, United Bank of Africa, and Zenith Bank, have come under serous challenge form the youths, as the will prefer to keep their money home, than banking with any bank at this point in time.

Daily Global News speaking with some of the youths in Lagos and other states of Nigeria said, they will prefer to keep their money home than do business with any of the banks, that has been mention in the directive of the court following the suite from Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN.

One of the youth said that the trust they have on the affected Banks are no more their, as their privacy is no longer protected by the bank and they safety of the youths has been touched by the government. Speaking to a counsellor who said that the youth has lost faith in the government of Nigeria, in Nigeria as a state, and themselves, he said the government’s need to declare an emergency in building trust, from the people who no longer trust them.

What is the hope of the Nigerian youths and the future promise them by their leaders as they can no more fight or speak for their rights.


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