Youth O’clock Movement in Nigeria (YOMIN) has fixed 17th February, 2022 for its inauguration in the capital of Nigeria, Abuja.
The revelation was made on Friday, 14th January, 2022 as the Director General, Comr. Idris Ojoko urged the National Executives to lend their preparedness for the forthcoming Inaugural ceremony.
According to a press release on Friday, 14th January, 2022 signed by the National Publicity Secretary of YOMIN, David Alfred-Dogo, he said quoted Comr Ojoko to have said: “We aren’t like other bodies that will rent spaces without structures. We have national, state and local government executives nationwide.
“We are pleased to announce that YOMIN bigwigs in Nigeria will storm Abuja for the ceremony in furtherance of 2023 elections for the Youths.
“We are making arrangements for attendance to be accompanied by several political bigwigs, former and serving presidents, including the National leadership of various political parties, former and serving ministers, members of National Assembly, Governors among other top officials.”
The Director-General disclosed that the ceremony will roll with a competition of political cultures and various pressure groups within the numerous parties. That various pressure groups within the parties will outdo one another with their banners to tell Nigeria Youths that they are ready to put their heart and soul to ensure a Youth emerge as our next president of federal republic of Nigeria in 2023.
Youth O’clock Movement in Nigeria (YOMIN) knowing the supremacy of God will hold a night vigil for the ceremony to be firmly placed in the great hands of God to direct on the eve of the event.
Shehu Musa Yar’Adua Centre Abuja will be venue of the mega ceremony where a sea of human heads will be full to brim with people overflowing into adjourning streets.
“The ceremony will shatter the hopes of any doubting Thomas about the possibility of the youth taking-over elective positions in Nigeria politics”. He added.
Youth O’clock Movement in Nigeria (YOMIN) is a project being embarked upon by capable young Nigerians who are determined to take over leadership now, especially in 2023 and beyond for good governance and to achieve the needed political and socioeconomic development of Nigeria.
To have a Nigeria where capable youth would take over the leadership affairs of the country, make her competitive among Committee of nations and economic viable.
To take over power from the older persons; sensitization, mobilization, support and sponsorship of young Nigerians through electoral processes.
1. To identify capable young Nigerians between the ages of 25-50 or at most 55 for elective positions across boards;
2. To mobilize, support and sponsor young Nigerians to win elective positions across boards;
3. To advocate and sensitize for more youth inclusion in all appointments; etc