EndSARs Protesters form new Youth party

OrijoReporter.com, EndSARs Protesters party Youths Democratic Party
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Protest against police brutality rocking the nation and branded, EndSARs, has taken a new dimension with protesters forming a political party named, Youths Democratic Party, YDP.

The identities of the party’s promoters are still unclear. However, membership are strictly youths and out of bounds to non-youth, according to information shared about the project online.

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In a tweet where the YDP touched on its ideologies, it wrote, “The Youth Democratic Party is a collective movement of each and every Nigerian youth who is tired of bad governance and anti- people policies. We have one voice. Enough is Enough. End bad governance in Nigeria. One for all, all for one. No APC, no PDP. No tribalism, no religion. Just youths who want a better country to call their own.”

It has generated reactions on twitter with professional wrestler, Kamaru Usman posting: “If Nigerians can donate this much for a protest, I am sure we can fund a better party (Youth Democratic Party) here we go.”

In the remark of activist Aisha Yesufu, she wrote: “Good morning to Nigerian youths. The struggles have been tough, but I want to assure you all again that power belongs to the people. The SARS movement has no leader and should remain that way. Retweet if you believe in Youth Democratic Party (YDP).”


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