Tuesday, 31 July 2018

Sowore set to announce Political party August 15, meets with other youth aspirants


| 31st July 2018 | Ukorebi Esien

Omoyele Sowore, a young leading Presidential aspirant for the 2019 elections and leader of the TAKE IT BACK movement has said that he is prepared to announce the political platform he will be contesting the 2019 Presidential elections from. Thedailynewsng.com can report.



According to a statement signed by Dr Malcolm Fabiyi, Director 
General of the #takeItBack Movement/Sowore 2019 Campaign, "Talks are holding this week in Abuja, between our convener, Omoyele Sowore, and other progressive youth aspirants for the 2019 presidential elections". 



The statement also made known that the announcement of Sowore's political party will be made during a meeting with all progressives young aspirant for the 2019 election. The meeting will draw participants from various fronts and will include the likes of Fela Durotoye, Thomas Ikubese, Kingsley Moghalu, Mathias Tsado and others. "These discussions are aimed at developing a unified progressive youth front"


Members of the Sowore's TAKE IT BACK movement who seek to run for various offices under the same political party as Sowore have been advised to continue spreading the Sowore's transformational message, as campaign activities will officially commerce on the 17th of August 2018.

"Members have been enjoined We enjoin all the members of our movement and those who seek to run for various political offices in 2019, under the banner of our political platform, to continue with the all important work of spreading the message of transformation. 

Our party platform for the 2019 Elections will be announced without fail, by August 15th. 

The 2019 election cycle will officially commence on August 17, 2018. 

Registration into our party and locations for collection of membership forms in various states will be announced on August 15th".

The statement reads in part.


 

Ukorebi Esien blogs for TDN where he tells the Nigerian story, one article at a time.

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