Peoples Democratic Party, PDP Chieftain, in Delta State, Chief David Seikiri Ugedi, has urged youths across Nigeria to vote out President Muhammadu Buhari, the APC candidate in the February 23 Presidential and National Assembly elections.
Chief Ugedi charged Nigerian youths to jettison the derogatory qualification used by President Buhari against them and fight hard to revert the old order and vote for former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar/Peter Obi ticket which according to him will give youths their real place in Nigeria political space.
He cited killings, poverty as well as unemployment and hunger in Nigeria as some of the factors Nigerian youths should look at to make sure Buhari is booted out from Aso Rock, Abuja to his Daura, Katsina home for retirement.
The PDP chieftain pointed out that Nigeria youths are strong, resilient, hard working and very respected people in the world, saying with Buhari, Nigeria is going nowhere.
He described Atiku/Obi as economic gurus, better people and well oriented gentle men who are ready to put Nigeria on the right track and make it go back to a better lane.
Chief Ugedi appealed to Nigeria youths who are about 45 percent that make up the electoral voting strength of the country and charged his people of Opuama in Egbema Warri North Local Government Area, Delta State, to vote PDP and its candidates at the polls in order to keep Nigeria working again and enjoy dividends of democracy with projects.