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“Many Nigerian Youths Are Morally Lost”- Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde

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Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, a popular Nigerian actress and activist, says a lot of Nigerian youths are morally and physiologically lost.



In a tweet expressing her disappointment at the reception activism has received in the country, she said an activist has to be encouraged by the people.



While quoting a picture of Enough is Enough protest in 2010, Omotola wrote,

“I’m afraid I might be losing my fire! I was so on fire here! I still feel the burner bringing the heat … just unsure I haven’t lost the hope in humanity to light it again as much????‍♀️????????#activistbybirth #frustratedbyunchange.

“The youths sometimes are the ones that discourage you, unfortunately. As an activist, besides passion, you have to feel encouraged. Like the people you’re doing it for are behind you.


“Many Nigerian youths are morally and physiologically lost. I’m sorry but this is the reality.”


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This is unbelievable

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Interesting

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Thank for the news

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Very interesting

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Yes. You are right, just that it's not all Nigerian youths

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:mrgreen:omotola is morally right

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That is true is right

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As in eh and you are morally right.

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nor be today we all dey see anm but wetin dey burn in you I never no

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What about you, are you not morally lost too?

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this is not far fetched as it is no news to see many of them not threading the good path anymore owing to greed; excessive desire to own much caused it all.

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Many Nigerian youths are morally and physiologically lost. I’m sorry but this is the reality

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That's true anyways.

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Just get it right you have to work hard

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you are right dear

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Might be true true but not all sister okay

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That's very interesting

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It is very true

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Because our government is lost as well

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What is your problem with that

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I‘m sorry but this is the reality as she said

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Well it all depend.

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true talk From a heroin

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She might be right

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MOST LIKELY TO BE

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not only morally but mentally

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The youths sometimes are the ones that discourage you, unfortunately. As an activist, besides passion, you have to feel encouraged. Like the people you’re doing it for are behind you.

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That's really true

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[ @lisamelz: ] Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, a popular Nigerian actress and activist, says a lot of Nigerian youths are morally and physiologically lost.



In a tweet expressing her disappointment at the reception activism has received in the country, she said an activist has to be encouraged by the people.



While quoting a picture of Enough is Enough protest in 2010, Omotola wrote,

“I’m afraid I might be losing my fire! I was so on fire here! I still feel the burner bringing the heat … just unsure I haven’t lost the hope in humanity to light it again as much????‍♀️????????#activistbybirth #frustratedbyunchange.

“The youths sometimes are the ones that discourage you, unfortunately. As an activist, besides passion, you have to feel encouraged. Like the people you’re doing it for are behind you.


“Many Nigerian youths are morally and physiologically lost. I’m sorry but this is the reality.”




That's her own opinion.

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Yeas that's really true

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