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Mr. Vokito: Youths disengagement from political process, is being describe as a barrier to their impact in society.


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With 60% 0f the population in Adamawa state consider youth portion,the undermining and ill-representation of the youths in political process in the state cannot be over emphasized.

This was the submission of a philantrophist and youth activist Mt. Pitapwa F. Vokito as he explained potential capability of youths across Adamawa state in his interaction with Nas FM Yola,where he insists youth are capable of making impact anywhere in the food chain.

In the same vain,Mr. Vokito decried what he described habitual negligence and deliberate exclusion of the portion of the society with significant contribution to outcome of any political race in Adamawa state.

According to Mr. Vokito when youths are disengage from political process, a significant portion of the population has little or no voice to influence decision that affects the larger society.

The youth activist was adamant that better ways to handle the youth should include meaningful dialogue and engagement in policy making.

That was Mr. Pitapwa F. Vokito speaking to Nas FM on exclusion and ill-representation of Adamawa youth in governance.

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Zakariyya Aliyu Gwaram

Official Website of NAS FM Yola 89.9.

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