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Forgive party leaders, work for Tinubu’s victory, Ondo Commissioner urges youths
 
From: Agency Report
Wed, 22 Feb 2023   ||   Nigeria,
 

Ondo SCommissioner for Youths and Sports Development, Hon Bamidele Ologun, has urged youths of the All Progressives Congress(APC) to forgive shortcomings of their ward and unit leaders and work for the victory of party and its presidential candidate, Senator Bola Tinubu.
Ologun, who spoke at a one day summit organised by the APC Youth League, said the party expected nothing but victory at the polls.
Ologun said the youths deserved to be angry but should not forget that their grievances were because the APC is in power.
He reminded that the APC’s mandate was to win the election as well as retained power.
The Commissioner cautioned that efforts of opposition political parties
must not be taken for a ride.
His words: “Instead, the APC must leave no stone unturned so as to achieve overwhelming victory in the polls.
“We must constantly educate the electorates that Tinubu as president possesses the wand of brilliant governance that will usher Nigeria into her golden era. Education must be given to the electorates also on how to thumbprint the APC box and avoid vold votes. Education and Sensitization is key to winning.
“It is pertinent to be able to anticipate what opposition parties might want to do, and consequently deploy available party arsenals to tackling and turning such null, void, and of no effect.
“For the APC to deliver on its mandate, the teaming youths and various student bodies must be prioritized and adequately mobilised. In Nigeria of today, the youths and students alone take almost 70% of the entire voting population. So, for the APC to do well and achieve its winning mandate in the coming election, it needs the youths and students.”
Coordinator for the APC Youth League, Comrade Lawal Tosin, said youths across the 3, 933 units would be mobilised to work for the party.
He said the Ondo APC youths would deliver all candidates of the party.

 

 

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