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Seyi Tinubu Is Championing Youth Inclusion In Governance, Says Presidential Aide

Hon. Abdulhamid Yahaya Abba, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Community Engagement – Northeast, says Seyi, eldest son of the President, is promoting youth…

Hon. Abdulhamid Yahaya Abba, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Community Engagement – Northeast, says Seyi, eldest son of the President, is promoting youth inclusion in Nigeria’s governance.

In a nation with a young and dynamic population, where over 97% of the population is under 65 years old and a substantial 41.3% are below 15 years, youth inclusion is not just beneficial but essential for sustained growth and innovation.

“Seyi Tinubu has become synonymous with youth advocacy and progressive leadership,” said Abba, in a statement.

“His relentless efforts to champion youth inclusion in the current administration serve as a beacon of hope for the younger generation.”

He said Seyi Tinubu is successfully carving out his own legacy, independent of his father’s reputation.

According to him, as an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and advocate for youth empowerment, the President’s son has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to ensuring that young Nigerians have a seat at the table in the nation’s governance.

“He embodies a campaign promise fulfilled through his initiatives and contributions that have significantly impacted the current administration’s approach to youth inclusion, recognizing the vast potential within Nigeria’s youthful demographic,” Abba emphasized.

One of the most notable efforts by Seyi Tinubu, the presidential aide said, is his advocacy for policies that favor youth participation in politics and governance.

According to Abba, Seyi has been instrumental in pushing for the appointment of young professionals in various government positions, understanding that fresh perspectives are crucial for innovative solutions to the country’s challenges.

“The Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu administration’s priority on youth development is evident in the separation of the Ministry of Youth from Sports Development, and for the first time in a long while, we actually have young, dynamic personalities serving as ministers,” he noted.

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