- The youth wing of the APC has suggested an Inter-generational National Equity Conference
- Barrister Ismaeel Ahmed, the national youth leader of the party made the disclosure on Monday, October 19
- According to Ahmed, the meeting will enable youths and Nigerian leaders proffer solution to the crisis
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The All Progressives Congress (APC) youth wing on Monday, October 19, proposed inter-generational national equity conference to settle several national issues that are lingering following the ongoing #EndSARS protests.
Barrister Ismaeel Ahmed, the national youth leader of the party and member of the Caretaker/Extra-Ordinary National Convention Planning Committee (CENCPC) made this known in Abuja, The Nation reports.
Ahmed speaking at the APC national secretariat said the proposed conference is about leaders and the younger generation coming together with a view to dialogue and collectively resolve the various crisis.
The APC youth leader speaking further affirmed the right of the protesting youths to peaceful demonstration.
Ahmed also said the current crisis was as a result of years of mistrust of the government, adding that the APC youth wing would ensure President Muhammadu Buhari rights the wrongs of many decades.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that the leadership of the National Assembly has appealed to the Nigerian youths to suspend the ongoing nationwide #EndSARS protests.
The president of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, made the appeal on Sunday, October 18, after meeting with President Buhari.
In a related development, the ongoing EndSARS protests took a different turn as thousands of youths took over major roads in Port Harcourt causing heavy traffic in Rivers state.
The youths who came from all the 23 local government areas in the state called for an end to police brutality while declaring their support for President Buhari's administration.
The protesters carrying placards and banners with different inscriptions converged in front of the Port Harcourt Polo Club and marched through major roads and streets in the state capital.
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