Moghalu said Nigeria was a much better country when he was younger than it is now, so young people can’t be blamed for wanting to leave the country.
He added that if the country is rebuilt, those who left will return.
He tweeted: “When I was in my twenties, I wanted to emigrate from Nigeria, and it was a much better country then than now. But in my mind, I was going out to build myself up and return home. We can’t blame young people who want to leave. If we can build back our country, most will return.”
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