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Emeka Ike in Liberia for youth representation

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Nollywood actor and House of Representatives candidate of the Young Progressive Party (YPP), Emeka Ike, has said that his recent trip to Liberia for the commissioning of the country’s new Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) pavilion, has given him the opportunity to learn more on youth representation and leadership.

The actor, who is vying for Federal House of Representatives Okigwe South Federal Constituency, did not withhold his admiration for the leadership style in Liberia where youths are at the helm of leadership affairs and with young leaders of about 26 to 38 age bracket ruling successfully without restriction in Liberia.

The Nollyhood actor in a press briefing commended the Liberian President George Weah for his notable works in the country. He said: “I believe Liberia will develop and be like other thriving countries in Africa because Weah is an upright role model and a proactive leader. President Weah is a practical man because he was selected from the Street and understands the needs of his people hence, the excellent result after election,” he said.President Weah commissioned the CDC pavilion, which was an eye opener for the Nollywood actor recently, with top Liberia officials and youths in attendant.


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