A former Presidential Candidate of APGA, Retired Major General John Wilson-Gbor wants Nigerian youths to be in the vanguard of ensuring the emergence of credible leaders in the 2023 general election.
Retired Major General Gbor made the call while receiving some youth leaders from National Rescue Movement, NRM, in Abuja.
He identified bad leadership as one of the major challenges confronting the country over the years
According to him, the youths have critical roles to play in repositioning the country for greatness through effective and productive participation in the forthcoming general election
“Nigerian youths should not sit on the fence but rather be actively involve in politics to ensure good governance through emergence of credible leaders that have the interest of the country at heart” he stressed.
The former APGA Presidential Candidate also enjoined them to shun thuggery and avoid being used by selfish politicians in the forthcoming elections.
While advising them to continue to believe in the corporate existence of Nigeria, Retired Major General Gbor emphasized the need for them to always engage in productive ventures that would contribute to national economic development.
The former APGA Presidential Candidate also enjoined all Nigerians to be committed to the peace, unity and development of the country.
“We should all stop agitation for separation but rather work together to ensure a prosperous nation” He noted
The Retired Major General expressed the hope that with the support of all stakeholders, Nigeria would soon take its rightful place among comity of nations.
Earlier, the Leader of the NRM Delegation, Mr Exodus Offioga said the visit was to endorse the presidential ambition of Retired Major General John Wilson-Gbor in the 2023 presidential election.
He described the former APGA Presidential Candidate as a credible and man of honour needed for the number one job of the country.
While commending Retired Major General Gbor for his poverty reduction and humanitarian projects across the country over the years, Offioga said the gesture has gone a long way in improving the living standard of the less privileged.
By Matthew Ayoola