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Queen Becky Evar Okoye Advocates For Youths In Governance Through You & I Project

The Current Face of Democracy Nigeria, Queen Becky Ever Okoye took the bull by horn to begin her University tour campaign project. A rear project tagged YOU and I, an initiative to sensitize Nigerian youths on why they should always do the right things and to be conscious that governance starts from You and I.

Speaking with the Queen, She explained why she chose the initiative as her pet project, she said her motivation is not just been unique as a Queen but to do something that will leave a mark for future reference and effective to our national development.

She lamented about Nigerian youths busy commenting and complaining on the social media about some of our leaders but still have not done the needful by getting their PVC to participate in the coming election to vote for leaders of their choice. She further expressed that one of the powers in their hands as a citizen in a democratic system is to choose who rules them and not to complain, She urged all Nigerians to get their Permanent Voters Card from INEC to enable them make a wise decisions in the forthcoming election. 

Queen Becky Evar Okoye has visited University of Abuja, Nasarawa State University and many others for the campaign..


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