Anambra Youths Association In Abuja Passes Vote Of Confidence On Obiano

Anambra Youths Association In Abuja Passes Vote Of Confidence On Obiano

Anambra Youths Association  in  Abuja has passed a vote of confidence on Governor Willie Obiano for his giant strides in developing the state.

Ekwi Ajide of our Abuja bureau reports that the association passed the vote when they visited Anambra State liaison officer, Mrs. Agatha Manafa in her office at Abuja.

Addressing the youths, Mrs. Manafa, harped on the need for them to have associations they can fall back on in times of trouble especially in the FCT and urged them to be good ambassadors of the state wherever they find themselves.

According to Mrs. Manafa, a viable youth organization of the state extraction in the FCT will assist her office identify indigenes for even distribution of democracy dividends.

She encouraged them to keep the flag flying as leaders of tomorrow and as the hope of the nation, they must always do things that will contribute to the development of the country.

Earlier in his speech, the leader of the group, Mr. Festus Agbazue, commended Governor Obiano for what he is doing in the state especially the Anambra International Passenger/Cargo Airport, which he described as a landmark project that will lift the people out of poverty through the creation of direct and indirect jobs.

He said posterity will be fair to the governor for initiating a project that even generations yet unborn will benefit from.

The group said they had come to intimate the liaison officer about their youth summit coming up next month, which is aimed at engaging Anambra youths on the need to jettison all forms of thuggery and violence during the elections.

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