JCI Victoria Island Launches “IpledgeNigeria” Campaign, Set To Sensitise Nigerians on National Building

JCI Victoria Island Launches “IpledgeNigeria” Campaign, Set To Sensitise Nigerians on National Building

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The Victoria Island Chapter of Junior Chamber International has launched “IpledgeNigeria” campaign, an initiative of the organisation to re-awaken the consciousness of Nigerians to be more committed in their various responsibilities to nation building.

The campaign that was launched on January 1st, 2019 will sensitise Nigerians on various activities that will make them to be more positively responsible to the cause of a greater Nigeria.

The Chapter President of the organisation, Olamipo Adeola explained that the intention of the campaign is to ignite love, passion and responsibility every citizen of Nigeria should be exhibiting.

“I know Nigeria is not where we all want it to be, but it’s our Nigeria and we must consciously get involved, else nothing would change”.

She believes that Nigerians all over the world should join the movement and hold the government accountable.

She reaffirmed that the responsibilities and involvement of the Youth in affairs of the state and politics is very crucial to the development of the country. Hence “We would be advocating for active youths participation in government at various levels” , she said.

She added that “IpledgeNigeria” campaign is taking off strategically at this time as we prepare for the coming election.

“Citizens will be voting to elect their leaders into various offices and Nigerians must be aware, that with our PVC , we are responsible  for the candidate we elect and how our nation would be for the next four years”

“Citizens will be sensitised on their duties before, during and after the election, as we will be advocating for zero tolerance against Violence, Vote buying or selling and any act that may hinder a free and fair election.

Adeola noted that stakeholders, both in private and public sectors, celebrities, entertainers, passionate citizens will be encouraged and engaged to endorse the initiative and also propagate the agenda of the program.

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