Mikel Obi intends to support Governor Yahaya Bello for 2023.
Nigerian footballer And Stoke City Star Mikel Obi has mentioned the need for Nigerian youths to support the presidential aspirant “ Governor Yahaya Bello, he made this known during his courtesy visit to the Governor’s house on Sunday June 13th.
He mentioned how important it was for the youths to vote for the presidential aspirant stating that the Governor is 45 years of age. The governor has been touting himself as the voice and hope of the youth in a nation that has been governed by mostly septuagenarians since Nigeria returned to democratic governance in 1999.
And Obi agrees that Bello could be the man who saves Nigeria’s young people.
“What better person to lead the youths than him, because he has been doing all these good works and that is why I am here to see whatever way I can come in,” Obi said.“To get the youths together to know and see how we can make things better for our country and how we can align to achieve all that”, Obi added
“It is an honour for me to finally meet his Excellency personally after all the good things I have heard and read about him from not just the people of Kogi State but from Nigerians.”“My main aim is to come here to show my appreciation and to thank him for all the things he has been doing for the people and also to support him in whatever future political positions he wants to go into.
“I will like to be there to support him, to be there by his side through this journey for him to achieve whatever he wants which is for the betterment of Nigeria,” the footballer added.
Obi said he is hopeful that Bello and himself could work together as a team to achieve success.
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