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Monday, 7 May 2018

Power must go to Women and Youth

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN AND YOUTHS

An emerging group of youth are challenging current political orthodoxies; they are educated, internationally exposed, they can think outside the box and above all, they are strong in their resolve that president Muhammadu Buhari is replaceable in 2019! They equally pose a challenge to the traditional political elite which is yet to make up its mind about presidential candidates or alternative platform for the 2019 presidential and general elections. “They are the real third force that will produce the traction that the presidency is about to see.
  1. Omoyele Sowore, 47, former Student’s Union Leader, founder of Sahara Reporters, an online newspaper. He says “I can run Nigeria better than Buhari in my sleep”.
  2. Kingsley Moghalu, 55, former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN), He is offering Nigeria something different “Bold and Decisive leadership”
  3. Fela Durotoye, 47, on the platform of the Alliance for New Nigeria (NAN) He says “I will rebuild Nigeria through visionary and inspirational leadership”.
  4. Alistair Soyode,  founder of BEN TV in the United Kingdom.
  5. Professor Funmilayo Adesanya Davies, 55, she opines “power must go to Women and Youth”


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