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FG congratulates Oladele on recent victory at West Africa PYU elections

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The Federal Government has congratulated the newly elected Vice President West Africa Pan-African Youth Union (PYU) Ambassador, Oladele Nihi.

Oladele was in the early hours of Thursday, welcomed by the Honorable Minister for Youth and Sports Development, Hon. Sunday Dare at his Federal Secretariat office.

This was disclosed in a statement signed by the Head of Media and Publicity, Pan-African Youth Union, Kelvin Eleta.

Dare congratulated Amb. Oladele on his victory at the just-concluded congress of West African PYU in Africa, in which the former played a major role to ensure the emergence of Oladele and Nigeria’s interest respectively.

In his remarks, the West Africa PYU vice president-elect used the medium to appreciate the minister for “his fatherly role and commitment towards the positive integration of the country’s youth sector, and particularly the role played in the just concluded congress that brought victory to the country, the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development, and to Nigerian youth at large”.

He also expressed his profound appreciation to the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development, Alhaji Ismaila Abubakar for “acting as at when required to secure the candidacy of Nigeria at the congress despite the short notice”.

Amb. Oladele showered accolades on the Director Network and Social Mobilisation, Mrs A.M Dauran for her active role during the congress as the leader of the Nigerian delegates. And for ensuring that the country’s flag remained lifted high as the giant of Africa.

Dare while responding, applauded Amb. Oladele for “making the country proud at the continental level”, and for “saving the country the embarrassment of not having a representative as the giant of the continent”.

He assured Amb. Oladele of the Ministry’s readiness to work closely with the Pan-African Youth Union by “providing necessary support and mobilisation whenever called upon”.

Dare also thanked the Nigerian delegates ably led by the Director of Network and Social Mobilisation, Mrs A.M Dauran, and everyone who played a part to ensure that Nigeria returned home victorious and proud.

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