The Dialogue board of 36 States and FCT Chairmen of the National Childhood Council of Nigeria (NYCN) has declared total toughen for the presidential ambition of Gov. Yahaya Bello of Kogi.
The Dialogue board’s Chairman, Malam Idris Ojoko, made the declaration, at a news conference on Friday in Keffi, Nasarawa Snort.
Ojoko is also the Chairman of the Nasarawa Snort Chapter of NYCN.
He outlined that the endorsement of Gov. Bello modified into once in recognition and appreciation of his exemplary management, file breaking performances and sincere efforts to keep cohesion, peace and growth within the country.
Ojoko disclosed that the the forum in collaboration with the Kogi Snort chapter of NYCN no longer too prolonged ago embarked on familiarisation tour a all the diagram in which via the country with the aim of soliciting toughen in direction of the realisation of the “Childhood O’clock Agenda in Nigeria advance 2023.”
He acknowledged the forum decision to toughen the Gov. Bello presidential ambition modified into once a signal that the Nigerian youth are ready for the Childhood O’clock Agenda within the country.
” Earlier than 2023 General Elections, Now we own unanimously decided to present a proof for our total toughen to the presidential ambition of the Youthful Governor of Kogi Snort, Alhaji Yahaya Bello.
” We call on assorted properly-which manner Nigerians to hitch hands with us in making the mission a actuality,” the youth leader acknowledged.
Ojoko published that the forum would organised a programme that would name and award some well-known younger political discipline of work holders that own conducted completely within the country.
He added that the programme modified into once in commemoration of the 2021 2nd National and African Childhood Day birthday party as declared by President Muhammadu Buhari.
” The programme will open from Nov. 8 and Nov 9, in Abuja and will feature National Prayer, Aspect street Drag, Award Night as properly as World Press Conference which is able to acquire a decision to present a Communique.