By Adeyemi Adeleye
Nwosu, who was represented by Peter Ede, ADC National Vice President (Center-North)said that an impressive and excellent Nigeria is possible with the awakening of national consciousness and inclusion.
“Our mentality must change, our orientation must change. We have to build the minds of the people. A great Nigeria is very possible because we are unique people.
“It is now up to Nigeria to have a national conscience. To make Nigeria great, young Nigerians now need to look deep into themselves and take ownership of the country and create a better future.
“A super Nigeria is possible. ADC intends to lead an inclusive government and that is what Nigeria needs now, ”he said.
Nwosu said the ADC was a respectful youth organization, saying the party was proud to be associated with the youth group.
According to him, the ADC remains a credible third-party political party, having won a few seats in the 2019 general election.
He said the party was dominated by great people of integrity, discipline, honor and intellect who would take over the leadership of the country in 2023.
He urged young people to learn how to reduce the costs of governance and manage diversity, saying the strength of the nation lies in its diversity and not in secession.
Speaking, Chief Vincent Ubani, head of the Nigerian Youths Home and Diaspora Electoral College panel committee and initiator of the Nigerian Youths Home and the Diaspora Electoral College Institution (NYHDECI), urged young people to resist anything that could destabilize the nation.
Ubani, candidate for governor of the African Action Congress (AAC) in Abia in 2019, said: “It is time for young people to take the lead, but to do that we have to unite to get involved in politics. “.
He said the group had embraced CDA as a credible alternative for young people to run for office in Nigeria to ensure a better future for the nation.
Ubani presented the party with the certificate of return as the winner of the 2021 Youth Takeover Leadership Electoral College Committee on behalf of the Coalition.
He said the coalition will also call for a national youth summit and a national convention of young party candidates ahead of the 2023 general election.
In his remarks, Maurice Ebam, national youth leader of the ADC, urged young Nigerians to unite in their strength as the ADC remains a credible alternative to create a progressive Nigeria of the youth’s dream. (NOPE)
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