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Youth Party Gets INEC Registration



The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has registered Youth Party to create platform for Nigerian youths to achieve their aspiration of participating in the governance of the country. Confirming this in Lagos, Ms. Ilamosi Ekenimoh, the National Publicity Secretary of Youth Party, said that the journey started as far back as 2014, when a group of young Nigerians decided to birth a new generation political platform to serve and unite Nigerians. According to Ekenimoh, the Youth Party is set to expand the restrictive democratic space through transparent political leadership and followership that eschews money politics, bribery, violence, rigging and corruption. She said the party’s ideals and policies will focus on developing and improving the standard of living of all Nigerians. Ekenimoh noted that the party aims to rebuild the country through generational change in political leadership, one that emphasizes skill, capability, religious harmony over age or ethnicity and religious divisions. Commenting on the development, the acting National Chairman of the Youth Party, Mr. Suleiman Usman Yusuf, assured Nigerians that the Youth Party would bring about the much-awaited new dawn to Nigerian politics and development as a whole. He further explained that the cardinal agenda of the Party which includes quality basic education, universal healthcare, social housing, and commitment to internal democracy will give Nigerians the opportunity to express themselves and determine the Nigeria of their future.