- In a bid to get the youths involved in the nation's affairs, the ruling party has reeled out a golden opportunity for Nigerians
- This is as the APC has announced a fifty-percent discount on its nomination forms for everyone below the age of 40
- This important update was made known by the APC national youth leader, Dayo Israel through a post shared on his verified Twitter page on Wednesday, April 20
The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the ruling party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), has announced a discount on its nomination forms.
Ahead of the party's primaries, slated for May 29 and 30, the APC NEC disclosed it has approved a 50% discount on nomination forms for aspirants under 40 years old.
The national youth leader of the APC, Dayo Israel made the announcement on Wednesday, April 20, through a post he shared on his verified Twitter handle.
According to Dayo Israel, this is the first of its kind offer in the history of the ruling party.
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The politician urged Nigerians not to abuse the opportunity but rather grab it as it is a 'golden opportunity.'
"The APC NEC has approved 50% discount on nomination forms for everyone under 40yrs old. This is a golden opportunity, but please LET US NOT ABUSE it. The first time in the history of the APC. Glory be to the Almighty. MashaAllah. #spreadinggreatness #apcnationalyouthleader."
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