Not Too Young To Perform (NTYTP) Leadership Development Advocacy has called on interested young people across the country to get prepared to lead in all sectors of Nigeria’s national life as the group says that it’s set to build the capacity of young citizens to take up leadership positions at all levels.
In a statement signed by its National Publicity Secretary, Comrade Mikail Audu, the organisation’s core mandate is “to raise younger generation of leaders to take up leadership positions in all sectors, including political offices, whether elected or appointed, with a view to outperforming those who were in office before them, and to ensure transparency and accountability in leadership.”
The group noted that among other things, it’s aims and objectives are to encourage the young people in the society to aspire to lead in any chosen career or profession and to advocate for the rights of young citizens to participate in nation building.
NTYTP also aims to promote love and unity among the people and to identity and celebrate performing young persons in private and public offices, to organise community empowerment programmes and other community service and serve as a uniting forum for Nigerian youths at home and abroad.
According to the statement, also part of its aims and objectives include to support the less privileged, widows and orphans and to establish and maintain charitable organisation, to support or carryout poverty alleviation programmes and build skill acquisition centres in parts of the country.
NTYTP is to give a new orientation to the youths “on the need to embrace initiatives that will enable them discover and develop their potentials.
“To promote patriotism among young Nigerian people and to promote peace and harmonious coexistence among all ethnic nationalities in Nigeria, to advocate for rights of citizens to good governance and to encourage leaders to do more for the benefit of the citizens.”
The organisation noted that it will also promote transparency and accountability in governance, patriotism and advocate against all forms of violence, especially electoral violence and thuggery.
As part of its efforts to promote good governance, the group added that it’s leadership across the nation are grounded to flash their light on projects awarded by the governments at all levels to curtail chances of projects unimplementation, projects implementation delayance and implementation of projects with substandard products or strategy.
The group noted that it is willing to collaborate or partner with other groups with similar or complimentary aims and objectives in the interest of the nation.
Comrade Mikail Audu,
National Publicity Secretary,