Public Discourse: Group invites Atiku, others to discuss way forward for Nigeria

Public Discourse: Group invites Atiku, others to discuss way forward for Nigeria

A group, under the aegis of Fast Forward Nigeria (FFN), an initiative of a group of young Nigerians who cut across the political, ethnic and religious is set for a public discourse where issues that bothers on Nigeria nationhood will be discussed.

A statement signed by FFN director of media and publicity, Morgan Omodu and made available to AljazirahNigeria said former vice president Atiku Abubakar will be leading other speakers to talk on topics which range from economy, insecurity, unemployment, and underemployment among others.

According to Omodu, the discussion which will take place at the Ladi Kwali Hall of the Abuja Sheraton Hotels and Towers on Wednesday 6th December 2017, intends to bring to public glare, the issues of restructuring and insecurity which has generated mixed reactions among Nigerians.

“We have carefully selected our speakers with the mind frame of discussing the rationales of moving the country forward. We have been a strong advocate for restructuring, insecurity as well as youth unemployment. Former vice president Atiku Abubakar will be leading other speakers which include former EFCC chairman, Mrs Farida Waziri, former Minister of Education, Professor Chinwe Obaji, the publicity secretary of the Afenifere Renewal Group, Mr Yinka Odumakin to discuss on carefully selected topics in a public discourse expected to be interactive,” Omodu stated.

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