Eze Sampson, Abuja
President of Nigeria Diaspora Youth Ambassador (NDYA) Amb. David Victor Alozie has arrived Nigeria from his study base North Cyprus, Europe. Alozie in company of his deputy, Comrade Ameh Samson Imaben who arrived at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport on Monday were welcomed by teeming youths who were at the Airport to receive the ambassador.
Addressing news on his arrival in Abuja Amb. David Victor Alozie advised Nigerian youths to be law abiding and united wherever they find themselves.
“Last year we promised the youths that we would officially open our national office and by the grace of God it will be officially launched on or before the end of this month so that the youths of this country can table their complaints and challenges they are facing in regards to travelling issues,” Alozie said.
Citing 2023 as a very important year, the vice president NDYA, Comrade Ameh Samson Imaben, said the organisation will sensitize youths on the importance of getting their Permanent Voters Card, PVC, as well as sensitization on free and fair elections.
In his words, “We will keep sensitising youths and telling them to eschew any form of violence and promote peace wherever they find themselves. The 2023 general elections is a very decisive period for Nigeria and we urge Nigerian youths to get their PVC.”
Among other members of the executive present was Director of Travels and Tourism, NDYA, Stephanie Gatok Mafeng explained that for the tourism sector to grow in Nigeria, the youths are expected to take advantage of the music and arts industry, stressing that they shouldn’t wait for the federal government.
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Her words, “Nigerian youths are very talented people, they are resilient and innovative, so far so good Nigerian youths all over the world and as we see in Diaspora have been showing their good talent and back home too they are talented. But we need to create platforms for them to express their talents and also showcase it.
“Nigerian youths should not wait for the government but can take advantage of it in music, arts and so many other ways to bring tourism back to Nigeria.” She added