Dr. Smart Summy, the founder of Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs, claims that the Nigerian youth, who make up 75% of the nation’s registered voters, will decide who wins the presidency in 2023.
Dr. Summy, who is reportedly in charge of one of the biggest nongovernmental organizations for entrepreneurship in the nation, told the press during an interview in his office in Lagos that it is clear from all signs that youths will hold the deciding factor in determining who will become the next president of Nigeria.
He emphasized that the role of Nigerian youths in the upcoming election remains essential to the country’s very survival. He also promised to share a shocking story about the “Fate of Nigerian Youth” through a documentary in a post on social media that included a photo of him with two important candidates for the 2023 February elections.
According to him, youths constitute 70,473,990 under the age of 49 years out of the 93,469,008 total registered voters, with a percentage of about 75%. “It is clear that they cannot be disregarded. It is also clear that this might be our last chance to save our Country.”
He announced that he had made the decision to create a little documentary about the fate of Nigerian young, claiming that the details he planned to give will be very illuminating for Nigerians.
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