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Chairman of The Youth Wing of CAN In Enugu Charges Youths To Get Their Voter Cards.

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Chairman of the youth wing of the Christian association of Nigeria CAN in Enugu state, Samuel Ani, has charged youths to arm themselves with their permanent voter cards, stressing that it is the only way their voices would be heard.

Ani, who stated this yesterday at St Lukes Anglican Church Ogui, Enugu, during a one-day sensitization programme, said the programme was aimed at creating political awareness among youths in Enugu state, increasing the number of registered voters and also prompt youths to get involved in electoral processes.

While stressing that choosing the right leader for the country affects all and sundry, Ani maintained that youths have the ability to make the needed changes in the country.

Meanwhile the legal adviser, of the youth wing of CAN, Chiagozie Nwabuko, described the permanent voter card as a veritable tool to enthrone good governance in the state, insisting that youths who do not participate in political activities are toying with their future.

He also listed other ways through which the Christian Association of Nigeria has sensitize the youths on electoral processes.

Written by: Enwongo Udo

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