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2019 Elections: Nigeria Youth Peace Summit Advocates 20m Youth Participation



In preparation to the forthcoming 2019 general elections, the Nigeria Youth Peace Summit and Honours, 2018 has called on all Nigerian youths to come out enmass to vote in the coming general elections.

This was made known by various youths organisation who were on hand to fashion a way out for the youths ahead of 2019.

They have raised a new campaign on the role of youths and other agencies in the electioneering process.

The informative and educative awareness summit was themed, “The Role of Nigeria Youths, Media Houses, Security Agencies and religious leaders in the 2019 Elections”. However, with a huge representation from youth groups, NYSC, the peace corps, clergymen and heads of prominent media outfits, the summit witnessed a panel session, award recognition, lecture notes and a cross session from the crowd on the theme of the summit.

The initiative for better governance, responsive leadership and collective impacts was organised by the popular Peace Ambassador Agency, in partnership with Praise Land Academy Foundation to mobilise it’s 1million members across Nigeria to participate in the forthcoming elections so as to demonstrate their democratic franchise.

The Nationwide campaign and mobilisation of youths across Nigeria is a visionary engagement of 1million member to foster good governance and a new phase of development across all sectors.

The 2018 Nigeria Youth Peace Summit and Honours which was successfully held at the National Merit House, Maitama, had the distinguished presence of prominent figures like Comrade Abdullahi Abubakar, Amb. Hilary Emoh, Amb. Egwu David, Uzee Usman, Samson Davies, Philip Rennar and other panelists like Chuks D General, Isabella Ayuk and Queen Irene Onwuka.

The organiser, Amb. Kingsley Amafibe thanked everyone for putting heads together in making the summit a success.

He urged Nigerians to come out to vote so that their wishes could be fulfilled.

“At least we need 20 million active youth’s participation in the forthcoming elections to ensure that out vote count. It won’t be business as usual as we call on authorities saddle with the responsibilities to ensure free, fair and credible elections.

“You saw how passionate all the speakers were, that is what we want to institutionalise,” he explain.

Highlight of the event was the recognition and honouring on some deserving youths across Nigeria by the Peace Ambassador Agency, organisers of Nigeria Youth Peace Summit.






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