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Youth Movement Leader Returns Home After Successful African Tour

Toba Owojaiye reporting

Abuja , Nigeria 

 

Ambassador Aliyu Bin Abbas, serving as both Youth President and National Chairman of the National Youth Alliance (NYA), has concluded a productive journey across Africa, engaging in substantive discussions with governmental figures and youth influencers throughout the continent.

Truth Live News gathered that, upon his return to Nigeria, Ambassador Abbas was warmly greeted in Lagos by a vibrant assembly of young Nigerians, eager to connect with his insights and experiences. His visit included meaningful interactions where he shared motivational messages and attentively listened to their aspirations. Subsequently, he traveled to Kano to celebrate Sallah with his family and supporters.

In Kano, Ambassador Abbas received a heartfelt welcome from Engr. Kabiru Ahmad Kwalli, the NYA’s Kano State Chairman, alongside a delegation of enthusiastic youth leaders and NYA members. They eagerly awaited his accounts of his engagements across Africa and embraced his commitment to advancing their collective aspirations.

During his stay, Ambassador Abbas, accompanied by key NYA representatives and members of the Youth President Media Vanguard, participated in Eid prayers at Ammar Bin Yasser Mosque. Following this, they visited Dawakin Kudu General Hospital, where Ambassador Abbas interacted with patients and staff, offering financial contributions and gifts to support their welfare.

Ambassador Abbas’ return marks a pivotal moment for the NYA, anticipated to galvanize fresh momentum in youth-driven initiatives aimed at fostering national development. His steadfast advocacy for youth empowerment and Pan-African collaboration has reinforced his stature as a prominent voice among Nigeria’s youth and beyond.

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