On June 12th 1993, a Presidential election was anulled which sent Nigerians reeling and asking questions on why? 20 years later, many say Nigeria is WORSE off when it comes to youth unemployment. During a recent conference on youth employment in Dakar, Senegal, former President Olusegun Obasanjo shocked his audience by openly calling for a revolution in Nigeria.

Also, it will be recalled that the former President called Nigerians to come out en masse for a Nigerian type "Arab spring (revolution)" during a workshop on economic diversification and revenue generation in December 2011 at the June 12 Cultural Centre in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

Obasanjo's call was hinged on the prevailing high rate of youth unemployment.

42 Million Nigerians, mostly young people HAVE NO JOBS! Many are not educated well, some have no career counseling, many have no sense of direction or ideas.

On June 12th 2013, 20 years later Journalist and Social Media expert KESUS formerly known as Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo will hold a ONE DAY Social Media Revolution across the country.

I am asking every Nigerian (not just youth) to be the PRESIDENT on that day. The Kevolution is a tweet. Tweet what you will do to fix youth unemployment in Nigeria. Twitter hastags are #Kevolution and #IamNigeria and send your tweet. I will retweet each one @HipHossip on twitter that day. #FF @HipHossip and get your unemployment RT that day!!
Lets send our request to the LEADERS!!

Lets go Nigeria!! Lets CREATE and FIND JOBS!!


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