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Heard Of the Vemma Young People Revolution (YPR)? by semmysh(m): 4:06pm On Nov 27, 2014
[size=16pt]The Vemma VERVE Young People Revolution, YPR, has started in Nigeria.[/size]

In this revolution . . .

>>No guns are required
>>No weapons of mass destruction are required
>>No violent demonstrations are required and
>>No public protest against the government is required

The Vemma Verve young people revolution, YPR, is about changing the lives of young people in Nigeria and worldwide with the thing that matters most . . . MONEY.

Why Do We Need A Revolution?

We need a revolution because millions of young people in Nigeria are jobless. And thousands of young people who have a job are either dissatisfied with their
pay or dissatisfied with their jobs altogether.

You see, young people are taught in schools to study hard, get a good degree and then a good job will be waiting for them after they graduate from the University.

The sad truth is . . . hundreds of thousands of University graduates are out of school and without jobs. And thousands more are graduating every year to join the already congested labour market.

These graduates and high school leavers are everywhere today moving from office to office searching for jobs.

Guess what

They're hit with frustration everywhere they go because the jobs just aren't enough . . . paid jobs are just not there!

The result?

The streets of major cities like Lagos Nigeria are lined with thousands of young people selling all sorts of things (in the heat of the burning Nigeria sun) just so they can support their parents and put food on the table. Which is good BUT . . .

Despite how hard these youngsters sell on the streets, hundreds of thousands of them are unable to make ends meet.

>>Many cannot eat 3-square meals
>>Many are unable to send their kids to good schools
>>Many cannot afford decent accommodation
>>Many sleep under the bridges in Lagos Nigeria and
>>Many become house slaves in the name of being house helps

Guess what.

These are just the people we see on the roads. And they are just a tip of the iceberg.

Thousands of graduates are at home . . . jobless, frustrated and disoriented.

They were not taught in schools how to make money outside of the company environment.

They are taught to study hard, get a good degree and then a GOOD COMPANY will offer them a high paying job.

So, when they graduate from high school or University and cannot get a good job with a good company, they become de-stabilized and disoriented.

Our schools have not taught them what they can do to make money if there is no paid job!

Bottom line.

The young men and women of today are ill-equipped to face the challenge of making money outside the secure walls of a white collar job. Hence, they become dejected and completely overwhelmed with grief when they cannot find a white collar job.

Since idle hands are the devils workshop, these young people soon get drafted to a life of crime by dubious people. And they begin to wreck havoc on society.

The question is . . . are you happy with the situation of our young people?

Are you happy to see millions of unoccupied, unengaged and unhappy young people?

Would you like to be able to do something about it?

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO ON HOW TO DO SO

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