LIBYA SLAVE MARKET:APDA CALL ON FG TO CREATE COTTAGE INDUSTRIES FOR YOUTH ENGAGEMENT

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Migrants sit in front of a painted wall during a visit of United Nations' special envoy to Libya Martin Kobler (not pictured) at the Abu Salim detention centre in Tripoli, Libya
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Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance has appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to urgently declare a state of emergency on youth unemployment in the country. In the light of thousands of our youths trapped in the slave market in Libya, it has become paramount that the government create cottage industries for them to get engaged in productive ventures. We appreciate the response of the Federal government in airlifting stranded Nigerians and victims back home, however there is urgent need for the government to come up with a strategic plan that will discourage this young Nigerians from going through this route in the near future. The only way out is for the government to restore hope back to them by creating the enabling environment for them to explore there God -given Tosin Adeyanju National Publicity Secretary

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