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NYCN wants APC to caution youth leader

By Kanayo Umeh, Abuja   |   26 August 2015   |   12:48 am  
PHOTO: twitter.com

PHOTO: twitter.com

The newly constituted leadership of the National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) has called on the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to caution its National Youth Leader, Mr. Ibrahim Dasuki Jalo over his comments on the controversy over the election of officers of the council.

NYCN in a statement by the Public Relations Officer, Comrade Chris C. Ibe yesterday in Abuja, said APC should not allow the trust of change reposed on it by youth be destroyed as Dasuki’s view on the council may be mistaken as the party’s position.

Ibe said, “at this point, we wish to call on the APC, which Ibrahim Dasuki Jalo claims to represent as National Youth Leader, to stand up and save the party from this monumental embarrassment by calling him to order,” saying he lacks the basic idea and knowledge of his constitutional mandate as the youth leader of the APC.

“We also wish to state that youth issues should be left for youths to manage and on no account should old men, who are grand fathers involve themselves with the council.

“The NEC hereby advise Ibrahim Dasuki Jalo to be innovative and dynamic by engaging himself in meaningful programmes that will target and benefit the teaming youths of Nigeria, especially coming from the ruling party.



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