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NYCN Election: YFC Coordinators and Stakeholders Endorse Ogohi for Chairman

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The Chapter Coordinators and Stakeholders of National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) in the three Local Governments that made up Yagba Federal Constituency (YFC) has endorsed Comr. Usman Ogohi as Chairman, NYCN Kogi State Chapter.

They declared the Ogohi as the only candidate recognized by Yagba Federal Constituency in the Council’s Elective Congress which will hold in Lokoja today, 29th of July, 2021.

The declaration was made unanimously at a meeting which comprises of all incumbent, outgoing and former executives of the council in Lokoja.

The stakeholders appreciates the Governor Yahaya Bello led administration for always investing in the youths and believing in them, adding that Ogohi has been carefully chosen by them as his manifestos is inline with the New Direction policies for the youths.

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NYCN Election: Abraham Jacob Commends Officials on Peaceful Outcome

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Following the peaceful outcome of the just concluded election of National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), Kogi State Chapter, which produced Comrade Usman Ogohi as Chairman with other executives, Comrade Jacob Abraham Damilare, the leading aspirant for National President, National Association of Kogi State Students (NAKOSS) National, gave accolades to the officials of the elections.

He poured encomiums on Ambassador Oladele John Nihi, the returning officers and the Electoral Committee (ElCom) chaired by Hon. Babangida Onimisi for conducting a well organized, peaceful, free and fair election.

He said the entire process of electioneering was devoid of violence, threats of lives and properties of any sort in the State.

Comrade Abraham added in the statement signed by his campaign Director General,
Comr. Omale Samuel Urah, that the officials by their transparent conduct gave fairness and leveled ground for all contestants and voters to exercise their rights in the Council’s electoral exercise, proven that Youths are truly ready to take charge of the Political Leadership space of the Nation through a fair contest at the poll come 2023.

He also expressed satisfaction with the display of the spirit of sportsmanship that existed amongst aspirants particularly the chairmanship aspirants, saying that such can only be birthed through a harmonious victory where no one felt cheated by the Electoral Committee.

He said for such an election, anyone could have easily predicted youths restivenes and social unrest but reverse became the case.

Comr. Abraham further appreciates Governor Yahaya Bello for giving Kogi and Nigerian youths the confidence to believe that their future truly lies in their hands and for being their voice even at their National level.

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CVR: Akanmode Urges Kogi Eligible Voters To Ensure Participation

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As the Independent National Electoral Commission, (INEC) commences the Continuous Voters Registration (CVR), a leading Governorship Aspirant under the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the next Gubernatorial election in Kogi State, Prince Dayo Akanmode has enjoined eligible voters in the State to come out enmasse to participate in the exercise.

Prince Akanmode in a Statement by his Media Office, urged people from age 18 and above to come out in their large numbers and partake in the registration to enable them get their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs).

According to him, it is their civic responsibility to register to enable them exercise their franchise.

In his words, “I am Appealing to all that are affected in the current registration to go out to register. Those that are affected has already been stated in the notice. This will include those who were not qualified to register last time due to age, those whose cards have been defaced and those that have lost their cards.”

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“Please note that your voters’ card is your power to enthrone the government of your choice. I appeal to all political leaders, elected and appointed party men and women to take interest in this golden opportunity for us and our constituents to perform our constitutional duties.” he added.

Recall that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) announced that registration for the Permanent Voter’s Card will commence on June 28, 2021.

As preempted that many Nigerians are ready to storm the INEC offices for registration on that day, the Commission has devised a plan to make registration easy for Nigerians.

Eligible voters who have reached age 18 are to observe the following procedures for registration:

  1. Prospective registrants should visit www.cvr.inec.gov.ng or www.cvr.inecnigeria.org on their phones and computers.
  2. Registrants should create an account with a valid email address to begin the registration.
  3. A link will be sent to your email during registration. Click on the link to continue with your registration.
  4. Fill the online form with the relevant information and avoid mistakes.
  5. Select a convenient date and time you will visit the INEC office for your biometric and data capture.
  6. Then submit your application. An application slip with your ID number and barcode will appear on your screen.
  7. Print the application slip and visit the INEC office on your scheduled date for data capture.
  8. A registration slip will be given to you after the exercise. Keep it safe because you will use it to collect your permanent voter’s card.

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Kogi State NYCN Caretaker Committee Announces State Electoral Committee.

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The National Youth Council of Nigeria, Kogi State Chapter Caretaker committee announces Electoral Committee Members.

Arising from her maiden meeting since the constitution of the Caretaker committee, the committee in fulfillment of part of their mandate to ensure a smooth transition; appointed the following personalities to work with the Returning Officer in conducting election in the state.

An extract from the communique released after the meeting has the following individuals as members:

  1. Onimisi Babangida – Chairman
  2. Prince Orebiyi Emmanuel Taiwo
  3. Usman Umar
  4. Abdulrahman Idris
  5. Samuel Kadiri- Secretary
  6. Isah Emmanuel
  7. Representative of Kogi State Ministry of Youth and Sports Development

The Caretaker Committee Chairman Comrade Israel Alonge in the report charged the committee to work effectively with Amb. Oladele John Nihi leadership to quickly conclude the election process for a new executive for the council.

You could recall on the 16th June, 2021 the National Body of the Youth Council dissolved the executives of the Kogi State Chapter upon the expiration of their tenure on 27th May, 2021 and appointed Ten Man Committee Members to pilot the affairs and ensure a smooth transition in NYCN, Kogi State Chapter.

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