In a novel move that will redefine the value of youths and their impact in deciding who their next set of leaders would be, a youth leadership advocacy forum, Campaign.ng has developed an effective platform that will massively support the aspirations of youths who seek to take up elective positions. This is a never before seen progressive strategy that is in consonance with the current administration’s policy of supporting youth engagement and growth through their active participation in the political field.
Speaking on this development, the platform’s coordinator, Barrister Anthony Ehilebo, said “Campaign.ng platform is a unique support organisation that recognises the need for youths to be actively involved in the political system by deciding who leads them and exercising their fundamental human rights by effectively selecting the most suitable personalites to guide this nation to a greater future.” He further added that Campaign.ng equally supports and encourages the aspirations of the vast majority of the youths of the nation who wish to be actively involved in politics, who desire to vote and be voted for and who will form the main pool of leadership in the upcoming 2015 general elections.
Significantly, this platform will become a test ground for the governorship aspirations of youths such as Uche Chuta, who earlier in the month indicated some level of interest to become the next governor of Abia State whilst interacting with his followers on Twitter. Chuta who is a PDP youth advocate and pivot for youth leadership advocacy decided to take the bull by the horn in a move, which has continued to generate positive vibe and support amongst the greater populace and youth majority of the state and the nation at large.
The Campaign.ng modus operandi is simplified to enable youths log on to the online platform join.campaign.ng, register as volunteers and join their voices in their quest to actively get involved in the political process as leaders of tomorrow.
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