Ogun guber: Coalition for young candidates backs Dapo Abiodun

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Coalition for Young Candidates of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Ogun chapter, says it is supporting the All Progressive Congress (APC)’s governorship candidate, Dr Dapo Abiodun, for March 9 election.

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The group indicated its support in a communiqué signed on behalf of others by 34-year-old Ismail Oyefeso, Justice Must Prevail Party (JMPP)’s governorship candidate, and 33-year-old Opeyemi Adelaja, Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN)’s House of Assembly candidate in the state.

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”The time has come for us to make known the demands of over 3,500,000 youths in our
dear Ogun.

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”We are all here as young candidates from different political parties across the three
Senatorial Districts in Ogun, but with one vision, mission, and goal under one
objective.

”This has made us so powerful beyond expectations and the world is watching.

”After extensive dialogue, we the young candidates of Ogun have come together
to harmonise our vision, mission, and goal just as we did with President Mohammadu
Buhari leading to the presidential election,” they said.

According to them, we arrived at the following resolution in an open election that we will work beyond our political party affiliations and stand on the interest of over 3.5million youths in Ogun who had been marginalised across the 20 LGAs in the state.

”We will work assiduously in ensuring that you emerge victorious during the forthcoming governorship election slated for the 9 of March with our support across the state,” they added.

The group, which said its mission was to use the movement as an avenue to drum support for Abiodun’s election regardless of their political parties, urged the APC candidate to implement the 50% youth inclusion in government they clamoured for if elected as governor.

”We will also urge you to address youth unemployment, underemployment and underdevelopment head-on,” the group said.

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