Tag: LEPAN

Adewunmi Emoruwa: Being A Nigerian, 26 Years Before ‘I’ Die And What I Will Make Out of It

by Adewunmi Emoruwa Whenever you read this, I penned this piece on my birthday, 4th September 2016 on a blessed Sunday. The weather is humid and precipitous. My potential is enormous, outlook is bright and I really cannot complain. I am not scared of the future or anything but I[Read More…]

You Can Contest Elections At Age 25 Soon, LEPAN Celebrates Youths And Urge More Support

  The League of Progressive Ambassadors of Nigeria (LEPAN) on Wednesday congratulated young Nigerians for their tenacity as a bill seeking to reduce the age of candidacy required to run for elective positions in the country passed second reading in the House of Representatives. The group noted that it received[Read More…]

Ezekwesili, Abati, Timi Dakolo Join LEPAN To Demand Reduction In Age of Candidacy Seeking Political Offices

Former Vice president of the World Bank, Obiageli Ezekwesili; former presidential spokesman, Reuben Abati; and soul singer Timi Dakolo were among hundreds of Nigerians who threw their weight on Wednesday behind a pledge to reduce the age of eligibility to run for public offices in Nigeria. The signing of the[Read More…]