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“There Is No Father Christmas In Politics” – PDP National Chairman-Elect Tells Nigerian Youths

The National Chairman-choose of the Peoples Democratic Party, Dr. Iyorchia Ayu has told Nigerian adolescents that they will not get power given to them on a platter of gold in 2023.

As per Ayu, the young people need to comprehend that the more established age won’t simply give up political capacity to them if they (adolescents) don’t engage in dynamic legislative issues.

The approaching PDP National Chairman said the political future just has a place with adolescents who snatch the chance by becoming dynamic in governmental issues.

He talked at his Maitama home in Abuja during the end of the week when he played host to an assignment of Benue young people, under the support of Benue Transition Mentees (BTM).

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Going through a world of fond memories, Ayu related how he got dynamic in governmental issues notwithstanding the presence of more established lawmakers and hence arose as the Senate President of Nigeria at 40 years old.

He said: “We frequently hear that young people are the heads of tomorrow, however that isn’t programmed. The future truly has a place with young people who follow their interests, who plan themselves and who follow what they need.

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“There are adolescents who are taking medications, who are into a wide range of indecencies like seizing, prostitution, what they call Yahoo-yippee. Some make up the brigades in the banditry attacking the country. The future doesn’t have a place with these.

“Sort out yourselves, prepare your huge supporters and go for what you need, including public office. There is no Father Christmas in governmental issues.

“In some cases, youngsters fail to remember that a significant number of us began on this course as young fellows as well. I turned into an alumni at 23, got my PhD at 31, was a senior speaker at 37, and was chosen for the Senate at 39 where my associates made me Senate President at 40. I can say that for others as well.

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“What’s more, in a considerable lot of these trips, we effectively went up against more established, more experienced individuals. Along these lines, when adolescents say, ‘Allow us an opportunity,’ I tell them, ‘Chance isn’t generally a gift. Power is never given on a platter or in a package.’ So, assemble and take your risk as we walk to 2023.”

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