As Nigeria is inching towards the 2023 general elections, politicians are making frantic effort to showcase their candidates and parties to the electorates.
They employ different strategies to strengthen themselves and outsmart competitors and ensure they are mot rigged out.
It is in this regard that the that the All Progressives Congress (APC), youth unveiled the Jagaban Army, a sub-directorate of the Party’s youth wing tasked with grassroots mobilization.
The over 200,000-member strong Council is lead by the National Youth Leader Nr. Bayo Israel has been deployed across the country to canvass votes for the APC presidential candidates.
The event took pace at the Umaru Musa Yaradua Hall, Murtala Square, in Kaduna State. Te National Youth leader of the APC is in Kaduna to inaugurate the youth wing’s novel campaign council formed to mobilise youth votes.
The over 200,000-member strong Council comprises over 176,000 polling unit youth leaders, 774 local government areas youth leaders, 37 state youth leaders, and six zonal youth leaders that make up the party’s youth wing.
The inauguration is in partial fulfillment of the Wing’s commitment to its pledge to secure at least 20 million youth votes for Bola Tinubu.
They express confidence that Bola Tinubu and Kashim Shetima will build on the progress made to accelerate socio economic development given their antecedents.
The National Youth Leader also unveils the Jagaban Army, a sub-directorate tasked with grassroots mobilization.
Among them are acclaimed canvassers with expertise in research, data and election management, media strategy, and public engagement.
The Young Progressives’ mobile app is also launched.
With this move and the vigor trailing it, the leaders of the APC will be hoping that the enthusiasm of the party’s youths will translate to millions of votes to guarantee Asiwaju Tinubu’s victory next month.