As the Nigerian youths continues to use the social media platform to call for reforms and channels their displeasures at various sectors in the country following the #ENDSARS campaign.
Africa News Plus gathers that the Nigerian youths are now clamoring for a political party of theirs as a way to ensure they actualize their yearnings with the hashtag, #YouthDemocraticParty is seen trending online on Wednesday.
Below are top tweets talking about the new development:
An handle with the name ‘Youth Democratic Party Of Nigeria’ (@OfficialYDP_NG) tweeted: “The #YouthDemocraticParty is a collective movement of Each and Every Nigerian youth who is tired of bad governance and anti- people policies. We have one voice”
While another twerp, John Doe (@jon_d_doe) says: “Resist the urge to collect money from these politicians. Do it for our poor parents, for yourselves & for your children. We have at least 2 years to strategize and be a formidable force to reckon with. Aim to take over from local govt to presidency.”
@Hon_Manii tweeted: “We We will go beyond ending SARS or SWAT.. Youth Democratic Party is the way. Let us come together to form a party with philosophy, code of conduct, and a good vision for & ahead of 2023. Retweet if you want this to happen”
The new development is seen to be as a result of the new unit created by the Inspector-General of Police on Tuesday, Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), to replace the scrapped SARS unit of the Nigeria Police Force.
The online protesters are seen pointing to various champions of the #ENDSARS campaign to take leadership of the proposed political party, part of which is a Segun Awosanya, better known as ‘Segalink’, a human rights activist.
A certain Mazi Chiemena Samuel called him out and said “Sir you gave us your word that you are not interested in any political office for reasons best known to you, but at this time Nigeria youths have no capable hands to fix the mess our ancestors created, the youths entrust in you for the 2023”