Ex-Chelsea midfielder, Mikel Obi visits Yahaya Bello, says he is the best candidate for the youth democratic presidency

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Ex-Chelsea and Super Eagles midfielder has announced that the Governor of Kogi state Bello Yahaya is the chosen candidate for the youth presidency.

He made this known to the world hours he visited the Governor who cheered his appearance In appreciation of his kind approach.

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Supporting the fact that there should be a space for a youth democratic presidency, he outlined that Yahaya Bello is a suitable candidate for such position.

He also persuaded for rigid support under the arms of the prominent Governor listing great facts why Nigerians should support him.

Obi claimed that if such effort is applied at a higher level, Nigeria would soar to a higher rank.

In his words, he said:

“It is an honour for me to finally meet his Excellency personally after all the good things I have heard and read about him from not just the people of Kogi State but from Nigerians.”

“My main aim is to come here to show my appreciation and to thank him for all the things he has been doing for the people and also to support him in whatever future political positions he wants to go into.”

“I will like to be there to support him, to be there by his side through this journey for him to achieve whatever he wants which is for the betterment of Nigeria.”

“What better person to lead the youths than him, because he has been doing all these good works and that is why I am here to see whatever way I can come in.”

“To get the youths together to know and see how we can make things better for our country and how we can align to achieve all that.”

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