The Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party (ANRP) says it is the responsibility of the every Nigerian to take ownership of the problems in the country.
President of the Renewable Energy Association of Nigeria, Mr. Segun Adaju said this during the state Congress of the ANRP in Kogi State.
While enumerating the private, public, Civil Society and Religious sectors as integral to the growth of the nation, Mr. Adaju described the public sector as most crucial to its development.
” The Youth have the capacity to build the Nigeria of their dreams, youths have the capacity to think creatively, this is the time to bring that creativity into the public sector”.
“It is time to stop wailing, we will rescue the state and we will rescue Nigeria” He said.
Also speaking the Chief Electoral Officer and National Secretary, Barr. Ebere Okonkwo, noted that the party was built on the desire to serve.
“There are over 15 million children out of school, we can no longer continue to play ostrich by hiding our heads in the sand and think that we are completely hidden, we will no longer sell our future”.
“This party is an opportunity for the regular Nigerian to take responsibility for the problems in Nigeria, this is the opportunity to make the change you have always wanted to make” He said.
The highlight of the Congress meeting was the election and inauguration of the State Executive members of the party.
Mr. Segun Adaju was elected as State Chairman of the party while Mr. Ojo Salami emerged as State Vice-Chairman.
Other States Executives of the party are, Mr. Ahmed Sa’eed Baba as State Secretary, Mr. Anthony Ochagana as Stated Treasurer, Mr. Emmanuel Orogun as Financial Secretary and Miss. Blessing Iziren as Spokesperson.
Also Mr. Anthony Ogwu emerged as State Secretary,Gender Balance and Youth Development, Mr. Kolade Sunday, State Secretary for Information and Social Media Engagement, Mr. Abuh Emmanuel Ojonugwa as Secretary for Strategy, Mr. Olumayowa Ayesimi as Assistant Secretary, Social Media Engagement and Information and Mr. Ibrahim Husseini as Organising Secretary.