THE NEXT YOUTH LEADER OF PDP IS 25YRS KADADE SULEIMAN, SUBMITS EXPRESSION OF INTEREST, NOMINATION FORMS FOR NAT. YOUTH LEADER OF PDP
…. Says Marginalization Of Youths In Politics, Governance Is Over.
“I represent the new generation that are ready to contribute their quota to nation-building. If elected, I promise to massively, mobilize the youths across the country to support the party, to work for party to win elections in 2023″…. Prince Muhammed Suleiman.
With the jostling for positions into the National Executive Council of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP heating up, one of the aspirants for the position of National Youth Leader of the party, Muhammed Kadade Suleiman has submitted his Expression of Interest and Nomination Forms at the National Headquarters of the PDP in Abuja on Tuesday, 19th October, 2021.
In his speech during the occasion, Kadade said; “I decided to contest for the position because, today in the country the youths are being marginalised in party affairs, politics, governance and leadership positions”.
“It is time to change that narrative to by increasing youth participation in politics and leadership”, he stated.
“I represent the new generation that are ready to contribute their quota to nation-building. If elected, I promise to massively, mobilize the youths across the country to support the party, to work for party to win elections in 2023”.
He noted that he is poised to bring about change for the better while calling on the party to unite and work together for its victory in 2023.
He called for more youth inclusion and involvement in party activities, saying that the party can only grow when it involves young people in its activities.
Kadade Suleiman, who is just 25yrs of age, a vibrant and dogged politician, promised to bring new initiatives that will make the party attractive for the youth population.
On his entourage were some of the youth leaders of the party who endorsed his aspiration. Namely; Aruwa Ismail, Youth Leader North Central zone, Aliyu Bello, the youth leader of the Kaduna state where he comes from, as well as Engr. Stephen Onoji, Kogi state youth leader.
Others are Salisu Saba, the FCT youth leader and Sani Keffi, from Nasarawa state.