The Progressive Young Leaders Summit of the All Progressive Congress (APC) is scheduled to hold on the 18th and 19th of September, 2022 (Sunday and Monday), at the International Conference Center, Abuja, with many party leaders, candidates, elders and youths from across the country assuring of attendance.The summit is organized by the youth wing of the governing party, the All Progressive Congress (APC), under the able leadership of the National Youth Leader, Hon. Dayo Israel.
The summit, which is first of its kind, will gather thousands of young minds of the governing party, who will participate both physically and online to address and set agenda towards the success of the forthcoming general elections.
The National Youth Leader, Hon. Dayo Israel, said the summit is designed to unite the Nigerian youths and make them understand the task ahead – winning the forthcoming elections.
He further stated that the number of participants that registered for the summit are quite significant.
The committees alongside other communities of the summit are working harmoniously and tirelessly towards the success of the event which will be an eye opener to set a road map for the party, considering the pivotal roles that the youths play in politics.
According to him, the All Progressives Congress (APC), as a ruling party will produce the next president of the country, as there is no strong opposition that can match the popularity and capacity of our presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
He debunked the rumor going round that the summit will not hold, adding that all the internal wrangling were part of the youths resilience and commitment to the success of the event and all have been resolved.
He asserts that the summit will serve as a symbol of national integration and unity amongst Nigerian youths across the country.
He however, urged the youths, from all nooks and crannies of the country to register for the summit by clicking http://youngprogressives.ng/pylsummit, assuring them of fruitful discussions and deliberations from various speakers expected at the summit.