Nigerian Youths charged to be of Good Conduct at the 2023 Polls

L-R: President, Junior Chamber International, Mr. Viktor Omarsson recieving a souvenir from the Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat during a courtesy visit on the Deputy Governor by the President and Executives of the Junior Chamber International, in Alausa, Ikeja

Nigerian Youths have been advised to play positive role in the conduct of the forthcoming general elections.

The Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat gave the advise while recieving the President, Junior Chamber International, JCI, Mr. Viktor Omaarson in his office, in Alausa, Ikeja.

He said apart from ensuring that they conduct themselves peacefully before, during and after the elections, the youths should vote for candidates that had credible track record of excellence in governance .

He stressed that the youths should not approach the polls with emotions but with critical mind.

Dr. Hamzat however, assured the Youths in Lagos state that the government would not relent in its efforts at coming up with impactful programmes that would better their lots in the state.

While commenting on the positive impacts the Junior Chamber International, JCI have had on young people across the world, the deputy governor assured the leadership of the organisation that the state government would continue to support its course in Nigeria, Lagos state in particular.

In a response, President, Junior Chamber International, JCI, Mr. Viktor Omaarson advised Nigerian youths not to only vote for candidates of their choice in the 2023 general elections but to strive to play remarkable leadership roles wherever they found themselves.

He explained that the world needed vibrant youths that were ready to make positive changes in their dormain irrespective of the challenges they might be facing.

Mr. Omaarson however, announced that the JCI World Conference would be held in Nigeria in 2025.

The Junior Chamber International, JCI is a nonprofit global organization of two hubdred thousand young people within the age of eighteen and forty years.

The members are present in Five Thousand communities and more than hundred countries across the world.

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