- An awareness program, mainly targeting women, made a stop in Imo state ahead of the 2023 election
- The initiative, which is the brainchild of Young Ladies in Politics, is geared toward preparing voters for the task ahead.
- The YLIP has been joining forces with other support groups as the only pragmatic and active group for women supporting Atiku Abubakar for president.
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mbano – Ahead of the 2023 General Election, Young Women in Politics, Imo State Chapter took to the streets of Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State to sensitize voters and women on the essence of voting and also to learn the right candidates to vote for in the next general election. elections.
The group, which is found in all 36 states of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory, is known to be one of the efficient support groups of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) ahead of the 2023 elections.
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They tasked the women of the Umnalum Umunakanu community with getting their permanent voter cards and voting for Atiku Abubakar and all the other PDP candidates in the state.
According to them, the PDP is the only party that meant well for Nigeria and cares about women.
The event was capped off with the exchange of wrappers and gifts for the women and they expressed joy and happiness saying, PDP is the only language they understand and they will vote PDP top to bottom in 2023.
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Meanwhile, Atiku has promised Nigerians that they will not spend next Christmas queuing for petrol at gas stations if they vote for him in February.
Atiku said this in his Christmas message which was signed by his special assistant for public communications, Phrank Shaibu, and sent to legit.ng on Saturday December 24.
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The former vice president said the All Progressives Congress administration had set a new record for the longest gasoline shortage in Nigerian history.
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Remember that Atiku recently promised to address the economic and security challenges facing the country if he is elected in 2023.
This was said by the former vice president of Nigeria on Tuesday, December 20, at the PDP presidential campaign rally in Katsina state.
He noted that the PDP was determined to move the country forward and called on Nigerians to come out in droves to vote for the party’s candidates in the 2023 general election.