The newly-elected National Youth Leader of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Muhammad Kadade Suleiman, has vowed to make a difference and impact youths positively.
Suleiman revealed that his emergence as the party youth leader will re-awake the hope of the Nigerian youths ahead of the 2023 general elections.
The 25-year-old politician from Kaduna State made these known during a visit to the former Senate President, Bukola Saraki, at his Abuja residence on Sunday.
BNVBlog reports that Suleiman was elected as the new PDP National Youth Leader at the party’s convention which took place in Abuja over the weekend.
Suleiman thanked Saraki and other chieftains of the party who supported his ambition to emerge as the PDP Youth Leader.
In a video shared on his verified Twitter page, Saraki charged Suleiman to make a difference in his new office, assuring him of his support and advice when needed.
He said, “You have to make a difference, at least you have all the youths to support you. It is not about you alone, you are representing the population of youths.
“Any advice and support you need, we will make sure that we give that to you”.