Plateau 2023:Abok strategize massive youth/Students Campaign against APC.

Plateau 2023:Abok strategize massive youth/Students Campaign against APC

9th Assembly Speaker of Plateau State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Abok Ayuba has began a strategic move towards massive youth and students mobilization into the Peoples Democratic Party fold ahead of 2023 general elections.

The young Abok who became a speaker of the house though a first-timer, was elected from Jos East Constituency in 2019 sympathized with Nigerian and Plateau students over the long closure of public institutions.

Abok blamed government for the lingering strike action, called on the affected students and their stakeholders who have suffered consequences of the strike action, to ensure they mobilize voter’s massive registeration in order to vote out the government of All Progressive Congress APC that has failed citizens in all sense of leadership direction.

The lawmaker described youth active participation in politics as a means through which the get empowered to play a vital role in their own development as well that of their communities.

He urged the youth to get involved as this will help them to learn vital life-skills, develop knowledge on human rights and citizenship to promote positive civic action as well.

The speaker revealed his massive youth mobilization strategy that is aimed at neutralizing all forms of differences amongst Plateau youth across-the-board in order to focus on PDP’s winning of elections in 2023.

He assured Plateau youth that his party will run a youth friendly government by harnessing all the resources to put in place a stable IGR for a balance economy that will address youth unemployment issue.

“This government barely generate funds to pay salaries, the Youth are taking over the political campaign space with all youthful minds and sense of victory, the APC most go!”

“Students on strike should ensure they have registered voters, position themselves strategically to fight this evil strike condition vote their votes”. Abok emphasized.

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