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Like JFK, Like PYO: Osinbajo, a Beacon of Hope for Nigerian Youths

Right: Nigeria’s Vice President Yemi Osinbajo meets a schoolboy, Bethuel, who mimics his mannerism, on Sunday, July 18, 2021. Photo: State House/Tolani Alli. Left: A teenage Bill Clinton shaking hands with President John F. Kennedy on July 24, 1963. Photo: Arnold Sachs/Getty Images

As Vice President Yemi Osinbajo made a warm touch with this young lad, Bethuel, so was young Bill Clinton then, as a student, just 16 years old, was able to meet with former US President John F. Kennedy, on July 24, 1963.

It was that brief interaction between JFK and Bill Clinton that inspired him as a teenager to a life of public service, and helped lead him to a fruitful lifestyle, willing to be useful for his country. And on that 1963 encounter with JKF, he rode on, until he, Bill Clinton, won his own election, and was sworn in as the US President 30 years later, on January 20, 1993.

This is how leaders can create hope and inspire excellence in the young ones. Leadership is all about influence.

Now, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is a beacon of hope for the Nigerian youth — against the battered past, he has this reassuring ambience in his carriage and how he identifies with the youth is soothing, with assuasive touch, that their tomorrow is full of today’s dreams fulfilled! It depicts a Nigeria that will be sought after by nationals across the globe. With his profound leadership style, Prof Yemi Osinbajo (PYO), a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), has created a realisable hope for the Nigerian youth!

— Seyi Gesinde 🇳🇬

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Right: Nigeria’s Vice President Yemi Osinbajo meets a schoolboy, Bethuel, who mimics his mannerism, on Sunday, July 18, 2021. (Photo: State House/Tolani Alli). Left: A teenage Bill Clinton shaking hands with President John F. Kennedy on July 24, 1963. (Photo: Arnold Sachs/Getty Images)

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