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Yobo Endorses Jonathan For Second Term

Yobo Endorses Jonathan For Second Term

Former captain of the Super Eagles, Joseph Yobo, on Friday led a group known as PDP Ward 2 Ward Initiative to the Presidential Villa Abuja to endorse President Goodluck Jonathan for second term.

Addressing journalists after a closed-door meeting with the president, Yobo said Jonathan deserved a second term to continue the “good work” he had started.

The ex-international, who is the group’s brand ambassador, said the president had done so well for the youth and called on them to re-elect him in 2015.

He stated that his organisation had a short, medium and long-term plan to partner the president on his transformation agenda.

“I’m here to endorse His Excellency, the president of our great nation, Dr Goodluck Jonathan, for his re-election. He has done so well.

“I stand here as a youth to say that he deserves a second term to push forward the good work he has started.

“I do believe in the legacy of the transformation agenda, and that’s why this Ward 2 Ward Initiative is building on that legacy.

“The president has done so well. The youth now have their own power, they have their own beliefs and they should understand that they have their rights in their own hands. They should follow what Mr President has started.

“The youth should come forward and believe in Mr President. Everybody should come out to vote for him.

“It’s your choice, but as an individual and as a face of the youth, I recognise what he has done.

“The future is for the youth. We need to stand up and look into the future, not just now.

“If we don’t settle down and take responsibility as youths and be able to follow what Mr President has done, then what does our future hold?”

The national Coordinator PDP Ward 2 Ward Initiative, Mr Shekulomaso Karka, said the group was a grassroots political organisation and an NGO involved in youth development at the grassroots.

Karka explained that the group was involved in the propagation of government’s developmental policies and programmes in rural areas.

Source: Entertainment Express

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  • Benneth Ibe 4 years ago

    I am completely confused each time I hear the word “Youth”. Who is a youth and who are the youths?. What is the age limit of a youth and where does it end?. How come in Nigeria every young man refers him self as a youth. The Igbo proverbs refers such people as “nwa na-anaghi etoeto”. A child who has refused to grow. In this category, we have people like Joseph Yobo who still regards him self as a youth. Nigeria and Nigerians should be very careful on how they apply the Term; Youth and Youths. We see men in particular who are over 35-45 years and they still regard them selves as youths. These are signs of failures hence a fool at 40 is a FOOL for ever.