2023: Progressive Movement 4 Better Nigeria Holds National Summit On Saturday In Abuja

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All roads lead to Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory on Saturday, July 30, 2022 as a group that is out to build the Nigeria of our dream, Progressive Movement for Better Nigeria, (PM4BN), is hosting a National Summit.

Venue of the National Summit is Nippon Ground Hotel, Opposite Next Cash and Carry, Kado, Abuja. It would start by 10 am.

The summit which attracts youths from across the 36 States of the Federation and Abuja to form a common front and agree on model to use in repositioning the country in electing the capable hands to pilot the affairs of the nation, even as the country prepare for her 2023 general election.

Prominent politicians and Political leaders expected at the Summit include the Senate’s Minority Leader, Senator Philip Tanimu Aduda, the Senate Chief Whip, Senator Dr Orji Uzor Kalu, and Senator Uche Lilian Ekwunife.

According to a statement by the National Coordinator, PM4BN, Stella Njideka Ezeh, (Lady Decency), the group is out to provide the needed knowledge and enlightenment for the teeming youth who are the bedrock of Nigerian voting population that they possess the power to decide who the next set of Nigerian leaders would be noting that they possess the ability to cause change.

PM4BN is poised and we’ll prepared to provide attitudinal change and voters’ education capable of repositioning the Nigerian youth to vote rightly, make better choice among those aspiring for political positions as well as be in better position to know how to defend their votes in the forthcoming general election.

The organization have operational offices at the states and Coordinators at the local government councils and ward levels for easy reach to all eligible voters in the country.

“No more will we embrace Politics without development. No more Religion without love and respect for human life. No more men without women in governance, and no more leadership without youths n the driving-seat,” she stated.