2023 General Elections: Grow Nigeria Youth Network Want Nigerians to be alive to their civic responsibilities.
By Onome Naomi
Residents of Kwara State and Nigerians by extension have been told to register for their Permanent Voter’s Card (PVC) and be prepared to vote in the right candidate come 2023 with a view to making the needed change across the country.
The leader of a youth advocacy group, Grow Nigeria Youth Network, Abdul Adangba and the State Youth Leader of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Haliru Dantsoho Mahmud made the call in Ilorin the Kwara State capital during a courtesy visit to the state PDP Secretariat.
The Youth leaders maintained that the former Senate President, Bukola Saraki remain the best candidate for the country’s presidency based on his achievement while serving as the governor of Kwara State and President of the 8th Senate, they however challenged Nigerians especially youths to rise up to their civic responsibility come 2023.
In his remarks, the State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party in the State, Babatunde Muhammed lamented over the harsh economic situation of country, saying the PDP is ready to rescue the country.
Nigerians are expected to speak through their votes come 2023 by voting for the candidate of their choice whom they believe can bring about the needed change for all.