Fayemi Urges Nigerian Youths To Vote Out APC

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The Ekiti State Governor, John Kayode Fayemi, has encouraged Nigerian youths to work towards making Nigeria a better place rather than relocating to another country, The Cable has reported.

The governor also implores youths to organise themselves and work on how to “kick out” the All Progressives Congress, APC from office come 2023 if their style of governance is nothing near what they want.

Fayemi disclosed this on Saturday while speaking at an annual programme organised by Covenant Christian Centre, titled “The Platform”.

Speaking further, the governor specifically pick-pointed Canada which, according to him, has a glass ceiling, unlike Nigeria.

In his word, Fayemi told the youths not to cave in to discouragement as there is a lot to hail in the country. He added:

There is a lot to frustrate you, a lot to want to make you give up and pick that visa and go to Canada.”

I know it (Canada) is a popular destination but you know what? There is also a glass ceiling in Canada. When you get to the top of it, you will now discover there is a glass ceiling there. This is the place where there is no glass ceiling, let us work towards making it a better place.”

Fayemi, despite being the chairman of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum, NGF, still asked those not in support of the APC to work against the party, rather than worrying about the state of the nation. He said:

Even if your search is a regime change in a democracy, there is only one what for regime change in a democracy, you work towards it.

Stressing further, Fayemi said “another election is going to come if you do not like what APC is doing. Organise, stop agonising, organise against the party. Link up with others who are organising and then kick the APC out of the office and put people that you think we do better not creating a situation of anarchy.”

The governor also urged young Nigerians to hold those in their wards and communities accountable, instead of engaging in what he termed as the “Twitter revolution.”

In his words:

Go to the wards, go to the communities and challenge what they are doing there. Hold them accountable.”

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