Mr. President, "What About Us?" Nigerian Youth Organizations Prepare to Host Youth Focused Presidential Debate

Nigeria’s Youth-led Organizations and some media outlets join forces for an upcoming youth focused debate in March 2011 with Nigeria’s presidential candidates. The debate will be the first-ever presidential youth centered debate in Nigeria. Looking ahead to the April elections, the debate would focus on the key issues affecting a critical voting demographic, with the age group of 30 and under representing 70% of the population.

The debate will be a direct conversation with Nigerian youth, inviting presidential candidates to answer questions posed by young Nigerians, at home and abroad, via social media networks including Facebook and Twitter, text messages and phone, about key topics of concern. For the first time, the candidates will have platform to share their agenda with the nation in a live-televised format, laying out specific and concrete solutions. The debate is tentatively scheduled for the last week of March, 2011.

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  2. Mr presient we need a job in our fatherland. Pls

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