Sir, Azuka Uwadia Azuka the National President of Delta North Patriotic Youth Forum worldwide, adviced Delta state Government under the leadership of Governor Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa, to kindly rise up to the expectations of the people and put more efforts in considering the plight of the vulnerable Youths in the society. Because Youths in Delta North senatorial District are highly marginalized in the area of NDDC scheme of things since the creation of the commission by former President Umar Musa Yar’adua.

However, It’s very bad that some elements in the region are benefiting the scholarship programs immensely from Niger Delta Development Commission. while, other sections like Ndokwa East, Ndokwa West, Aniocha South, Aniocha North, Oshimili South, Oshimili North, Ukwuani, Ika South, Ika North East that make up Delta North are no were to be found in the Amnesty scholarship program of NDDC. Moreover the zone are not seen single help from the Commission and we have existing government, law makers that are not proactive in terms of speaking for the vulnerable grassroot Youths in Delta North senatorial “Sir. Azuka Uwadia Azuka the National President said”. He further stated that the high rates of uneducated vulnerable grassroot youths who are supposed to be put at the forefront are left out. Perhaps, in Delta North senatorial District the rate of vulnerability is highly alarming. Delta North Patriotic Youth Forum world wide is the Apex Youth led organisation in Delta North senatorial District, Delta state, Nigeria. DNPYF hereby call on the attention of Governor Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa of Delta state to kindly come out boldly and urgently address this deteriorating issue in the

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Africa’s Women’s Day is observed annually across the continent on 31 July and is a day earmarked to recognise and affirm the role of women’s organising in achieving the political freedom of Africa and advancing the social and economic status of women on the continent.

Africa’s Women’s Day was proclaimed as a day to be commemorated during the first conference of the Pan-African Women’s Organization (PAWO) which was held in July 1962 in Dar es Salaam Tanganyika (now known as Tanzania).

Africa’s Women’s Day offers a national, continental and global opportunity to recall and affirm the significant role of African women in the evolution of a strong Pan-African identity, with shared values, objectives and vision for the future, as well as women being key contributors towards achieving Africa’s inclusive growth and sustainable development agenda anchored in the AU vision of an integrated prosperous and peaceful Africa

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