The leadership of Nigeria Youths Democratic Party (NYDP) was at the independent national electoral commission to register the party in preparation for the forth coming election in Anambra state and in the 2023 general election.
According to a statement made available to newsmen in the nation’s capital city, the chairman of the party, Barry Johnson has called on the electoral umpire, (INEC) to do the needful and put an end to the issues of disrespect for the rule of law and what they called the display of abuse leading to bad governance.
NYDP said, “INEC must do her part in ensuring that every Political group or person in Nigeria enjoys equal right as we approach the the beginning of the 2023 electioneering activities which have been tagged as the process that will produce quality leadership and responsive path, channeled towards a new and greater Nigeria.”
According to the NYDP, “It’s time for the youths to resist any attempt by disgruntled elements of disunity to separate us from holding strong as a family to dismantle the chain of corrupt leaders in Nigeria, who have continued to plunder and squander the resources of Nigeria.
The party further noted that Nigeria needs her people to always seat down to discuss national issues and charting a way forward for the good of all.
According to Johnson, “President Buhari must see the need for this government to engage the united nations in the areas of military support to help Nigeria fight the terrorism in the north east and west of Nigeria”.