2019 ELECTION: Youth Group Sounds A Note Of Warning To Politicians, Charges INEC On Credible Election.

Comrade Edede Franklyne Maduabuchi.

A Socio-Economic, Cultural and Religious Umbrella Youth Body in NIGERIA, The ETHNIC YOUTH LEADERS FOR PEACE IN NIGERIA, has admonished the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to be alive to its constitutional responsibility of Organising and conducting a FREE, FAIR, CREDIBLE and ACCEPTABLE elections in 2019 in the best interest of all NIGERIANS.


The Youth body during her 2018 last quarter NEC/STAKEHOLDERS appraisal meeting held at the Conference Hall of Ajuji Hotel, Abuja urged the incumbent APC Federal Government to be mindful of how it handles Nigeria’s Democracy by ensuring that the seemingly manipulated Political crisis in Akwa-Ibom and Bayelsa States do not degenerate as the Body would not leave anything to chance in leading Nationwide protests against perceived enemies of a PEACEFUL NIGERIA.

The grassroots organization calls on the teaming Youths of Nigeria to be proactive by going all out to collect their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) as the 2019 general elections approaches and refrain from thugery, sale of PVCs, armed banditry, Yahoo Yahoo, ritual killing and other forms of Social vices that demean the trust and reliability of the upcoming leaders as no Criminal could be counted among FUTURE or PRESENT LEADERS.

The body also called on the Presidency to review all Court orders by various Courts of competent jurisdictions and release all politically incarcerated Citizens of Nigeria, guarantee protection of lives and properties in the build up to the 2019 general elections.

According to the National President of ETHNIC YOUTH LEADERS FOR PEACE IN NIGERIA, Comrade Edede Franklyne Maduabuchi, the resolve of NIGERIA YOUTHS in voting massively, protecting their votes and ensuring their votes count, is the only way to usher in people-oriented leadership which Nigeria earnestly needs now.

Comrade Edede Franklyne Maduabuchi who is a youth mobilizer and Journalist used the opportunity to call on President Mohammadu Buhari to without further delay, assent to the amended Electoral Act if he means well for Nigeria’s Democratic advancement.