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THE STATE CHAIRMAN NYCN STORMS ABA SOUTH FOR THE ALL IMPORTANT ABIA COMMUNITY YOUTH PRESIDENT AND EXECUTIVE SECURITY SUMMIT TOMORROW

As Community youth leaders are critical stakeholders in addressing insecurities in our communities and Sequel to the above, The state Chairman National youth Council of Nigeria, Abia state chapter wishes to cordially invite all the stakeholders, entire youth and sundry to the security summit.

All is Set for Aba South branch of the National Youth Council of Nigeria to kick-start this program tagged Abia community youth president security summit.

The Youth leaders who are critical stakeholders to issue of security will discuss the issue of securities in their Communities and this will be hosted across the 17 local governments, Youth leaders are in better position to discuss insecurity and find permanent solution.

Date: Friday 16th July, 2021
Venue: Aba south headquarters
Time: 10am

Build the Youth! Build the Nation!!

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