Governor Ayade Rescuing the Lost Generations with Industrialize Cross River Policies

Who are the lost Generations? In the world over, there is a generation of young people known as the lost generation. These are the College, Trade, and University graduates who cannot find jobs or jobs that utilise their level of education. Many keep talking of too much words and less actions, but, “words are the Palm Oil in which growth is eaten.”

It is stated that, more than income, these lost generation are losing crucial real-life work experience. One writer said, without real-life work experience in their 20s and 30s, their earning power and income in later years will suffer, which is why they are often called the lost generation.

It is a generation of dependants at 40. Boomerang children. Children who leave home to schools, only to return home to live with mom and dad. Making many moms and dads, the Providing Generation. Working and training children all through their service years to retirement years.

Our information Age is getting those in power more confused, wanting to keep grip of their failed attempts to provide solutions, they refuse to let go attitudes of the old failed systems. They forget that information Age is the Judgement Day Era. Information Age is causing those in power to lose power. Desperate people in power are doing desperate things to hold on to their illusion of power.

Their major weapon of mass destruction is ‘impoverishing the young generation’ keeping them lost and blind to mean of wealth creations. Oppressing them with poverty and keeping them struggling among themselves to see the light of day. One space of job already given out to their relatives will be advertised for 1,000,000 youths. At the end they use jobs seekers as means of personal Cash Flow.

Cross Riverians, History is the front stage of the future, a man of no past antecedents will never leave antecedents for any generation.

The Magical Change Unseen by the Obsolete Minds, “Technology.”

Who are the lost Generations? In the world over, there is a generation of young people known as the lost generation. These are the College, Trade, and University graduates who cannot find jobs or jobs that utilize their level of education. Many keep talking of too much words and less actions, but, “words are the Palm Oil in which growth is eaten.” Only after closing our eyes for a while, and then looking up again, do we notice the change.”

One narrator said, “His message was that soon millions of people would be out of work. They would be put out of work by technology and inventions that operated way outside their vision.

Today, as he said, “You cannot get out of the way of things you cannot see moving towards you.”

There is no doubt, that we all are stricken down today, not by the Politics we all can see playing around us, but by the Economic hidden growth factors that we could not see. But Governor Ayade is making them visible by day.

Every condition, every experience of life is the result of our mental attitude. We can do only what we think we can do. We can be only what we think we can be. We can have only what we think we can have. What we do, what we are, what we have, all depend upon what we think. We can never express anything that we do not first have in mind.

The secret of all power, all success, all riches, is in first thinking powerful thoughts, successful thoughts, and thoughts of wealth, of supply. We must build them in our own mind first.

This is the only Key to rescuing our Lost Generation and Governor Ayade is setting the stage through His Industrialization Policies of the State. Knowing very well that lofty dreams makes the dreamer just as lofty.

Our rescue ticket is to key into the Ayade programs. Take advantage of the many Industrial Invisible factors becoming visible by day. The obsolete generation that has kept us lost for a long time will keep struggling to preach the obsolete message of old school politics, but that is too old to have a place.

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