Youth Forum Sentisizes 500 group for Peaceful 2023 Polls in Kaduna

Youth Forum Sentisize 500 group for Peaceful 2023 Polls in Kaduna

By Abdullahi Alhassan, Kaduna

The National Chairman of All Progressive Congress (APC )Youth stakeholders forum,Abdulazeez Abubakar Kaka, said the forum have so far sensitizes  over 500 groups to conduct themselves towards Peaceful 2023 Polls.

The National Chairman urged Youths not to allow themselves to be used as Political thugs during ,before and  after elections comes 2023 advised Youths to collect their permanent voters cards,and vote credible leaders that will govern the country in the next four years.

The APC Youth stakeholders forum Chairman is Speaking at function organize by the Forum to discuss with the aspirants  of various positions, to what they have for the masses if voted into the offices contesting for.

He maintained that this kind of  engagement with the aspirant will really help us in knowing what the aspirant have for them as well as discussing important issue that will bring solutions for some of the demand by the voters.

Also Speaking the Kaduna state Coordinator of the Forum, Hounarable Fahat Chikaji, explain that the meeting is aimed of Sensitizing the groups so that they will know their right, an also know their value as voters.

Adding that anyone you are voting in the ford coming elections let him know your value let him know what you want let him know the challenges and Wayford because as aspirant to have to know our challenges as well as knowing how to address them.

Hounarable Fahat therefore advised Youths as leaders of tomorrow not to allow themselves to be used as Political thugs,but votes credible leaders that will look into their Problems for possible solutions he added.

The Guest of honor at the Sensitization Meeting, Chairman of Lere local government area,of kaduna State,how is also the ALGON Chairman ,Mallam Abubakar Buba , commended the Youths for this kind of activities, adding that the Sensitization Meeting, will go a long way in bringing the gap between voters and electorate.

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