Ondo State Governor, Olusegun Mimiko, has cautioned against what he called the ‘act of de-marketing Nigeria’ before the international community, stressing that the time has come to stop the negative narrative about the country.
Mimiko stated this at the weekend in Akure when the executive members of Junior Chambers International, JCI, Nigeria, led by their President, Mr. Segun Oshikalu, paid him a courtesy visit.
He noted that it is time for Nigerian youths to develop a positive attitude to the Nigerian project, hence the need to build sustainable development devoid of inequality.
The governor, who expressed optimism in the future leadership of the youths who he described as intellectually capable of ruling the world, noted that Nigeria needs a new generation of businessmen who will develop a new paradigm of economic development.
Earlier, the President of JCI Nigeria, Mr. Segun Oshikalu, who disclosed that the JCI will clock 58 years in Nigeria this year, said the chamber has embarked on numerous community development projects and life enhancing activities in all parts of Nigeria with a view to alleviate the suffering of the people.
Oshikalu, however, lauded the state government for establishing a world class kidney centre.

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