Stakeholders of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) have commended the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu for the careful selection of the members of the inauguration committee, describing the composition, which has a sizeable number of young people, as the signal of a new dawn for youth political inclusion.
In a statement signed by Mallam Mohammed Funsho Abdullahi, Deputy Director for Youth Mobilization in the APC Presidential Campaign Council, the stakeholders who are members of different influential groups within the party, including The Progressive Forum (TPF), Emerging Progressives Stakeholders (EPS) and the Northern Progressives Agenda (NPA) all praised Asiwaju Tinubu for coming up with what they described as a “hopeful list.”
INSIDER NG recall that earlier, The Progressive Forum (TPF) had in a separate statement commended Asiwaju Tinubu for given an indication that he would lead a youth-friendly administration, considering the prominence of resourceful young people numbering about 10 on the 14-member list.
“The young men and women on the list, who are also committed and progressive-minded party members include; Hon. Stella Okotete (Planning and Monitoring); Donald Wokoma (Protocol and Invitations); Hajiya Hadiza Mohammed Kabir (Transport and Logistics); Makinde Araoye (Venue and Swearing in); Dr. Betta Edu (Medical); Abuh Andrew Abuh (Accommodation); Barr. Zainab Buba Marwa (Pre-Inauguration Dinner/Gala Night) and Samira Saddik (Children’s Day Celebration).
“Adjudged as a comprehensive list which took into account diverse interests, Asiwaju Tinubu was applauded for balancing the nominations in a way that Northerners, Southerners, Christians, Muslims, women, men, young people and older people are all carried along.
The list of inauguration committee members unveiled earlier in the day was greeted with huge excitement, with mostly youth stakeholders and groups commending the president-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu for already given hope to multitude of young party members across the country.”