Ubani picks free NYDP presidential forms, presents to NYCN President

Tunde Joshua, Abuja

A youth, Hon. Vincent Ubani has joined the 2023 presidential race as he picked the presidential expression of interest and nomination forms of the Nigeria Youth Democratic Party (NYDP) in Abuja on Friday.

He said with the teeming millions of Nigerian youths behind him, he is set to defeat the two major parties; the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and their candidates come February 2023 and takeover power as the next President of Nigeria.

Ubani picked the free Expression of Interest and Nomination form as the choice of Nigeria Youths, Students and Women Constituency Global/ Nationwide Mandate at the Transcorp Hilton, Abuja.

He was accompanied by the National Chairman of NYDP Barry Avotu Johnson, Comrade Prince Atuma, Bala Katung and some other party dignitaries.

Ubani said as the President General Coalition of All Young Candidates and Youth Leaders in Nigeria and Diaspora comprising young candidates from all political parties in Nigeria urged all interested young aspirants to avail themselves of the opportunity of free nomination forms provided by NYDP to achieve their political ambitions.

He said the youth constituents will provide 100% support for campaign activities for all young candidates in the 774 LGAs of the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

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The presidential aspirant later visited the National President of the National Youth Council of Nigeria NYCN Amb. Solomon Adodo in his office to secure endorsement as a youth representative in the coming presidential election.

“The struggle for a better Nigeria has kicked off today as all young candidates are to rush faster in ensuring they get themselves prepared to be eligible to vote because of the time limit in our new electoral law,” Ubani said.

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