Tag: Youth in politics

More young people should join politics – Rinsola Abiola

Rinsola Abiola is a media entrepreneur and youth advocate who works at the intersection of politics and civil society to promote enhanced inclusion for women and young people in politics…

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#NotTooYoungToRun: “No venture, no gain” | Obasanjo urges youth to be more politically responsible

A former President, Olusegun Obasanjo has asked younger Nigerians to take up leadership positions in Nigeria. He made his position known when a group of political aspirants, Tunde Eso, Ahmed Buhari…

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Opinion: It’s too early to celebrate the successful Not Too Young To Run bill

  By Funmilola Ajala The long drawn out process of tinkering Nigeria’s 1999 Constitution has brought to the fore, the allure to correct the innumerable inconsistencies embedded in the military-cooked…

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Ayo Sogunro: Yes, Nigeria needs an ideological political sysytem, but how?

by Ayo Sogunro For some reason – one I suspect is connected with my recent articles on the Nigerian political system – I have had several young Nigerians, people in…

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Dele Momodu: Do our youth really know what they want?

by Dele Momodu Fellow Nigerians, I’m very sorry if I’m starting my weekly epistle with what may seem a rhetorical question today. Columnists are ordinarily expected to throw up certain…

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Opinion: #NotTooYoungToRun | Stronger together

by Jude Feranmi As you read this, there are more than a hundred fora of young Nigerians trying to organize politically for social and political change. The clamour for inclusion…

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Opinion: #NotTooYoungToRun – Youth engagement in constitution review process

By Ibrahim Faruk Constitution review is a continuous process and has been on the front burner of national discourse since 1999. The 6th Assembly successfully passed three sets of alterations (amendments)…

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Hauwa Gambo: Now that it’s our turn to “participate” in politics (YNaija FrontPage)

Because change doesn’t happen because one set of people is replaced by the next. Change only happens because one set of philosophies is replaced by another. When democracy returned to…

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