especially the elderly, have voted two years ago for the Brexit. However, the young Generation will feel the consequences. How is the UK youth shortly before the vote on the Brexit agreement in the next week?
Meanwhile, Femi almost day and night on Twitter. Two years ago, he has begun to advertise for a second Referendum. The 28-Year-old has noticed that politicians are not able to explain to the EU and it is then taken in the Hand:
"We are the Generation that is certainly linked most with the Rest of the world. We play FIFA online with people who live next door or in Japan. We do not see the borders, as these small-minded people of the Brexit campaign, 'Leave means leave'," he explains. "They want boundaries and do not realize that the people we are out there in the world. They work in our hospitals, in our universities, they make our society better. The forgotten many people in my country, which is very sad."
He speaks quickly, as he would have to use the remaining time as efficiently as possible, in order to convince the British people of a second Referendum. In his blue T-Shirt with white letters is written: "I’m Femi - Talk to me about Brexit" ("I am Femi. Talk to me about the Brexit"). It is our future, our choice - so the campaign is. It is addressed to young people and refers to the fact that these polls show that by a two-thirds majority in the EU want to stay."things can change"
The Brexit-Chaos sees Femi positive. A second Referendum is more likely, he says. "The political Chaos is a sign that things can change. People do not see that the thing is going in the right direction. This is not what the people voted, it must give a vote for the Brexit Treaty."