Young Progressives Party (YPP) in Cross River State has registered and paid fees for 100 deaf, dumb and other physically challenged persons for this year’s Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examination.
The state chairman of the party, Comrade Anthony Attah, stated this when he and his officers held a meeting with the Association of Deaf and Dumb at the Special Education Centre in Calabar.
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Attah said YPP would unveil the ‘Miss YPP Reloaded Pageant 2021 as a way of activating their membership.
He disclosed that the party would be giving out 5000 free membership cards to new members as a way of launching the party’s flagship ‘Ballot Revolution in Calabar.’
Attah who is also the chairman of the state’s Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC) explained that the reason for the launch of Ballot Revolution was to present the party as an alternative platform to rescue Nigeria from its current drift to Golgotha.