Youths in the country have been advised to shun acts of thuggery and hooliganism which could jeopardise their future.

This advice was given by the traditional ruler of Ibafon in Ajeromi-Ifelodun Local Government Area of Lagos State, South West, Nigeria, High Chief Kayode Okunola Akeresebierin II while speaking with P.M.NEWS in his palace, pointed out that youths as future leaders, should move closer to God and read their Bible always.

This, he added, will save them from immorality which presently is the bane of many youths.

According to him, cultism, rape, smoking, illicit drugs are common vices among the youths and any youth that grows up in that environment will not be useful to himself, and the nation.

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He enjoined them to acquire certain skills while in school as a means of combating unemployment after graduation.