The President General Ovim Community League, in Abia State, Sir Godwin Aguegbe has enjoined governments at all levels to always support youths development for the good of all.
Chief Aguegbe who stated this while delivering a Lecture as Guest Speaker on the topic “Youth Reorientation” during 2022 Abia North Youth Conference Organized by Nigerian Youth Parliament, Abia North Senatorial Zone held at Obayi Civic Centre Ovim in Isuikwuato Local Government Area of Abia State, described Youths empowerment as a tool to sustain development of every society.
Sir Aguegbe who was represented by the National Secretary Ovim Community League, Chief Ndy Duroha, warned youths to desist from being used as a thugs or instrument of destruction by the unscrupulous politicians or other individuals to cause a breech of peace or unhealthy environment in the society
In his remarks, the Chairman of the occasion who is also the member representing Arochukwu/Ohafia Federal Constituency, Chief Uko Nkole, represented by the PDP candidate for Isuikwuato State Constituency,Mr Lucky Johnson, stressed the need for youths to remain focused and resolute in all they do and thanked the organisers of the programme for thinking it wise to organize a forum where youths could be nurtured and guided accordingly.
Earlier In their speeches, a representative of the Nigerian Youth Parliament, Abia North Senatorial Zone Comrade Chiagozie Egbu, Liaison officer, Nigerian Youth Parliament Abia State Senatorial District Comrade Emeka Luis Okoro, and Youth Parliament Bende State Constituency Comrade Johnbull Uche. said that the program was designed to harness the potentials of the youths and to reawakening their conscience to know that there is no short-cut in life
Our Correspondent reports that the event which attracted the traditional ruler of Ohonja Autonomous Community Eze Peter Ginikanwa,PDP candidate for Isuikwuato/Umunneochi Federal Constituency Mrs. Loveth Ofoegbu, Prof Gregory Ibe, Abia state gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), represented by Akaeme and notable personalities also featured Presentation of Award to deserving Nigerians.