Youth organisation vows to conduct peaceful election

The Coalition of Ethnic Nationality Youth Leaders of Nigeria, CENYLON, has promised to conduct a credible election for the emergence of new executives very soon.

The decision to conduct fresh election followed the dissolution of the caretaker committee led by Shettima Yerima, which took place at the meeting of the group in Abuja.

Eric Oluwole, national president, Yoruba Youth Council, YYC, said the dissolution of the interim executives followed the expiration of the tenure of the former executive.

He stated that the election for the new executive would hold this September and urged all different youth organisations to work towards peaceful conduct of the election.

“We are determined to conduct a credible election so as to prove to others that we are peace loving people,” he said.

The following offices were declared vacant and zones to the existing six geo-political zones. The national president will come from South-West, while the South-East will produce, deputy president.

Other positions are; national secretary; treasurer; publicity secretary; organising secretary; director of mobilisation; financial secretary and assistant secretary.

The rest are director of Welfare and director of Sport. The position of Legal Adviser has also been conceded to South-West.

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