I’m a youth, I know and can solve Nigeria’s problems – Accord presidential candidate, Imumolen. Professor Christopher Imumolen, a presidential candidate for the Accord Party (AP), claims that his youth makes him uniquely prepared to address the myriad issues the youth in Nigeria face.
The youngest of the 18 candidates running for president in 2023 claims that only a young person can truly understand the psychology and special quirks of youth.
The 39-year-old philanthropist claimed he did not find it funny when some of his competition-mates pretended to be younger than they actually were.
Imumolen continued by saying that it would be a grave mistake for the youth to be duped into supporting such candidates.
“Some people may have moved to other parties and tried to clothe themselves in the costume of youngsters as a result of the younger sector of the population’s clamor for a president of youth extraction.
The AP standard bearer stated in an interview in Lagos that “but we all know that once a person develops above a particular age range, he can no longer be referred to as a youth.”
“According to that example, I can openly assert that I am the only genuine young person running in the 2023 presidential elections. In order to educate the kids, I must state this unequivocally.
Beyond that clarification, I want to let the adolescents know that I speak for them, that I am the one who is familiar with their issues and hence uniquely qualified to address them.
“They should be aware that this is a rare chance for them to make a strong statement about the eagerly anticipated paradigm shift in this country’s power dynamic.
“I want them to understand that, as the most populous and engaged part of society, they have the cards in their favor in terms of wresting power from the elder generation, which hasn’t provided them with anything for decades.
“I want them to make thoughtful decisions by using logic and clarity. They shouldn’t be persuaded by some politicians’ snide rhetorical attempts to pass themselves off as young people and make claims about understanding their most ardent goals and ambitions.
The adolescents are being offered a future by me, Professor Christopher Imumolen. They see a future in which they would be valued and their skills, knowledge, and creativity will be used for Nigeria’s and their’ best interests.
“I hereby solemnly swear to them. If I win their vote to be the next president, no ambitious, forward-thinking young person in Nigeria would be left behind or uncared for, he stressed.