Music legend, Tubaba urges youth to get involved in politcs
By Patricia Uyeh
Ahead of the 2019 elections, music legend,Innocent ‘Tubaba’ Idibia has come out to address the Nigerian youths, urging them to get registered for their permanent voters cards (PVC). He also urged them to be active on social media and get involved in politics.
The ‘African queen’ crooner, who is an INEC youth ambassador, made this call at the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) campus outreach program titled ‘Youth Votes Count’ at the University of Abuja on Thursday, May 3rd.
“Your vote is your bragging right, so get your PVCs, so take your destinies into your hands, whatever you want to be in the next 10 years start now.
“Let us go out and vote for our conscience. We have always been told that we are the future of Nigeria, it is our time now yet the old is still encroaching into our space.
“This coming election is our opportunity to change things, your destiny is what you make of it so use it wisely,”
Other INEC ambassadors present at the occasion who addressed the youths too included comedienne/ TV host, Helen Paul and music producer, Cobhams Asuquo.