By Binebai Princewill

A leading group operating under the auspices of Niger Delta Youth Council (NDYC) on Thursday called on Bola Tinubu, President Elect, Federal Republic of Nigeria to concentrate more of his appointment on Youths of the country.

This was contained in a statement jointly signed by the duo of Amb. Comr. Bene Youkore Mamamu, popularly known as young chief as President, Niger Delta Youth Council and Comr. Onitsha Ebikeme Shadrach, Secretary of NDYC, a copy of which was sent to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide earlier today in Warri.

However, the duo of Mamamu and Ebikeme had maintained that when inaugurated as President of Nigeria come May 29th 2023, Tinubu must adequately appoint Nigerian Youths to man juicy offices in his Government.
They maintained that such move should be the best thing to do as the strength of the country lies in the youths.

Nevertheless, speaking further, Bene and Shadrach had warned against anyone or group of people that will ever think of disrupting the May 29th Presidential inauguration, stressing that everyone should come out to embrace Tinubu as the President of Nigeria come May 29th 2023.

In their words “As a youth organisation in Niger Delta, we are calling on the President Elect, Bola Tinubu to consider appointing more youths into his Government starting from May 29th 2023.

“This should be so because the youths cannot continue to take the back seat after delivering before, during and after elections.

“It is no longer a news that youths of the country occupies a major part of the country’s population hence giving them a sense of belonging in the Government will make sense. We are really hoping for the best in this Government. ” NDYC asserted.

Meanwhile, the Niger Delta Youth Council had tasked President Elect, Bola Tinubu to live up to his campaign promises, adding that Nigerians need a working Government that will allay the fears of the common man.

They continued that after inauguration, Tinubu should prioritise the rapid development of the Niger Delta region.