2023: OBAS APPEALS TO YOUTHS IN OSHIMILI SOUTH TO VOTE ALL APC CANDIDATES *As Tinubu/Shetima ticket would guarantee youth employment, human capital dev
  • From Afokobah Celestine/ Asaba

Youth Contact and Mobilization Director for the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) inOshimili South Local Government Area of Delta State, Cmr. Amos Peter Obas has passionately appealed to all the youths in Oshimili SouthL.G.A. to vote for all APC candidates come February 25th and March 11th 2023 general elections.

The Jagaban, as he is fondly called, made this appeal in Asaba, the headquarter of OshimiliSouth Local Government Area of Delta State, during a one-day sensitization campaign and door to door campaign on youths to vote Tinubu/Shetima tickets whose primary manifesto is geared towards addressing the issues of unemployment and lack of human capital development affecting the youths in the country.

According to the youth mobilizer, the youths of Nigeria stand better chance of improved human capital development if they should vote for Tinubu/Shittima in the forthcoming general election. He appealed to the youths to be more focused and ensure that All APC candidates starting from State House of Assembly, FederalHouse of Representatives, Senators, Governors and President of All Progressive Party (APC) is voted to power.

Obas, who is also a Youth Chief Security in Oshimili South, ceased the door-to-Door campaign opportunity to appealed to youths to safeguard their PVCs jealously as it is the only pass to voting during the February 25th and march 11th general elections.

The door-to-door campaign and sensitization witnessed mammoth crowd of youths who are supporters of APC in Oshimili South LGA with posters and fliers calling for all to vote all APC candidates come February 25th and march 11thgeneral elections.

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Blank NEWS Online founding Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Albert Eruorhe Ograka, is a Graduate of Mass Communication. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism (IIJ).

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