Dating should have an honorable purpose—to help a young man and woman determine if they want to get married to each other.Granted, some of your peers might take a casual view of dating.
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari came under fire on Thursday for criticising youths who he said "do nothing" and want everything for "free" in the oil-rich country.Buhari, who declared earlier in April he is seeking re-election in 2019, made the remark on Wednesday at a business conference in London."A lot of them haven't been to school and they are claiming, you know, that Nigeria has been an oil producing country therefore they should sit and do nothing and get housing, health care, education, free," said Buhari.The comment touched a nerve West Africa's largest economy, which suffers from high unemployment and lacks basic government services, including running water and electricity.In 2016, Buhari told Britain's Daily Telegraph that Nigerians were difficult to "accept" abroad because of their reputation for criminality, specifically human and drug trafficking.
Later that year, Buhari said that his wife Aisha "belongs to my kitchen" on a visit to Germany, after she suggested she would not support him if he sought a second term of office.
"The government never created anything for me, I feed from my hustle and yet they say we are lazy," said one tweet.
- Buhari off message - Despite the uproar, Buhari's comments are unlikely to play any serious role at the presidential polls next year, political analyst Saheed Animashaun said.
After all, a good marriage is the union of two good friends. On the contrary, it will give you freedom to ‘rejoice in your youth.’ (Ecclesiastes 11:9) You will also have time to prepare yourself by developing your personality and, most important, your spirituality.—Lamentations .
In the meantime, you enjoy the company of the opposite sex. Spend time together in properly supervised mixed groups.
The Daily Post newspaper said the 75-year-old former general was "attacking" youth while the Daily Trust accused him of calling them "lazy".