2023: We Won’t Vote Any Presidential Candidate Above Age 60 — Nigerian Youths

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Ahead of the 2023 presidential election, members of the Nigerian Youth Union, NYU, on Wednesday, advised Nigerians on the qualities to look out for before adopting or voting for any politician to become Nigeria’s next president.

The youths also vowed to reject any presidential candidate who is above 60 years of age.

NYU President, Mr Chinedu Obasi, who made this known during the first national non-elective convention of the organisation in Abuja, said that the people must search for the very best, without mundane considerations in picking the country’s next leader.

According to him, such a leader must be below 60 years of age and should be prepared to show his antecedents in the area of youth inclusiveness.

Written by: Ayomide Ayodele

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