Ahmed Ojikutu, His Birthday & The Need For Youths To Engage In Politics


The need for the country to position the youths for the leadership of tomorrow has been always on the mind of stakeholders and those that want the good of Nigeria. It’s on this note that Ahmed Ojikutu, the president of Computer Allied Products Dealers Association of Nigeria (CAPDAN) organised an even tagged “Ojikutu 4.0”, an event slated to look into how the youths can take the country to the new heights.

The youths have been enjoined to bring out time for politics. Youths were encouraged to always be steadfast in the area of politics and have full participation in politics.

The participants of the summit condemnimed the issue of cross carptering , berating the politician of lack of ideology. Nigeria youths are seems not to be ready, the singumar fact that many Nigerians are given few thousands Naira for vote.

Most young people might not have the financial strengths to build their political platform, there has been need for volunteerism. The summit pannel opine that every pilitics is local. It’s about the community and environment! One must solidify his base before going national. An example was given about how Saraki decamped and the governor joined him , this demonstrates that Saraki has a base.

As a way to give back to the society, “Ojikutu 4.0” a three day event is slated to kick off with a summit slated for the youths, followed by a visit to the charity and culminating with the Computer Village Street Carnival .

Anthony Emeka Nwosu


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