Don’t vote analogue in digital age, GEJ’s aide tells Nigerian youths
By Alex Uangbaoje
The Senior Special Assistant to President
Goodluck Jonathan on Youth and Student Matters, Comrade Jude
Imagwe has called on the youth not to vote
for analogue in this digital age.
He said, President Jonathan is a digital
President, adding that, “that is why he is bringing in speed
trains into the Nigerian railway sector.”
In his address to a Town-Hall meeting in Kaduna organised by Directorate of Youth
Mobilisation, Presidential Campaign Organisation of the Peoples
Democratic Party (PDP), Imagwe said Nigerians now see railway
moving across the country unlike before when they use to see it on
posters and textbooks.
He appeal to the youths not to allow the country
to go back to analogue adding that “Kaduna state has had it
shares of the Jonathan administration from Education, Aviation,
Roads, youth development and every other sectors.
Imagwe commended Kaduna youth, women and childrens
for not allowing themselves to be used for violence despite what
has been happening in the Northern part of the
He however urged them to support governor Yero
because he represents the youths in every form and respect,
assuring the people that Nigeria is secure, safe and will continue
to be so under President Jonathan.
Imagwe said, it is only the PDP that has remained
a uniting factor of the country who has it membership and
leadership across the country.
Meanwhile, Kaduna State Governor Mukhtar Ramalan
Yero, represented by his Chief of Staff, Alhaji Yahaya Aminu said,
youths must be ready to take their sensitization and campaign to
nooks and crannies of the country to spread the gospel of