The founder and president of the the movement for a JUST AND EGALITARIAN SOCIETY who also is the convener of the group FIRST MOVEMENT LITERATI (FML); James Useghan was a guest on a major program (Issues and Events) with Abdulaziz Ahmed Kadir on Liberty Radio 91.7 FM KADUNA. On which he(James) discussed the topic Youths and Unemployment in Nigeria.
He called for youths to stand up to their responsibilities and not to be a tool through which selfish politicians achieve their aims and build an empire for themselves thereafter ignoring the masses.
He also advocated for a revolution, not by weapons but by our intellectual capability through the form of consistent enlightenment and sweetness on the essence of getting involved in the modern day politics and also being a major contributing factor to the Nigerian democracy. Taking this drive to the grassroots and not excluding the less literate citizens of this great country. Hence neighbourhood awareness, market place shout outs and door to door evangelism will be the key tool to achieving this.
Above all, he hampered on the fact that guns and knives, swords and axes, machete and clubs, neither can prayer nor fasting can help you win a JUST AND EGALITARIAN SOCIETY but your PVC is your weapon. Get registered and get your PVC.
No doubt, the past two years has been one of the most revolutionary times in Nigerian democratic time since the Biafra-Nigeria civil disagreement. Nigerians are speaking more than ever before and demanding from its government better welfare and governance. Youths are getting more involved in what you used to be the aging elite group, positive opposition movement are speaking against injustice in what has eaten deep into the Nigerian democratic system.
The forthcoming 2019 election might just play a different tune from the traditional pattern of things as many Nigerian youths are calling for the present president, Muhammadu Buhari to leave office after his first tenure to pave way for a younger and more intellectually energetic youth to take the affairs of thing, But it all looks like president Buhari is willing to give them a run for the race.
These are some of the things James Useghan and his team of energetic youths are advocating for, that Nigeria have come of age to flush the old withered elite out of the system so that the country can attain a modern day growth.
Aside from the Our Mumu Don End movement founded by Charles Oputa, First Movement Literati is another movement that has been spearheading revolutionary voice for the Nigerian youths to wake and challenge the corrupt affairs in the government. Its President, James Useghan, is the leading voice of this movement and has created many chapters of this Lutheric movement across the country.