Nigerian youths need to articulate their thoughts and minds to ensure that only credible and qualified Nigerians will be elected into political offices, a real estate entrepreneur Omoha Nduka John has said.
In a special message on the occasion of his 27th birthday, September 3th the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Prince Luxury Group, Omoha Nduka John fondly called “Prince Omoha” by friends and associates called on the Nigerian youth to be mindful of the leaders they will elect come 2023.
“I’m not into partisan politics, I’m only advocating for a quality standard of living for Nigerians, to enable them to have access to good education, healthcare services, improved agriculture and enhanced welfare of the public sector,” he said.
Omoha emphasized that Nigerian youths have a vital role to play in the election of Nigerian leaders, especially in the ongoing democratic dispensation.
He acknowledged that the rot in the system is worrisome, identifying the Nigerian youths as the main victims in the scheme of things, affirming that they have a huge role to play in actualizing a change that would impact positively on their lives and by extension all Nigerians
Omoha Nduka John was born on September 3, 1995 in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State.
A dedicated philanthropist, In 2018, he founded The Prince Omoha Foundation (POF), a self funded pan-African philanthropic organisation, which currently empowers 72 young entrepreneurs across 36 states in Nigeria with a non-refundable seed capital of 250,000 naira per participant annually and hoping to extend to 100 entrepreneurs extensively in 2022, conforming with the PLG Corporate Social Responsibility and a way of giving back to the society.
He is a recipient of many awards which includes but not limited to Africa Value Awards’ African Young Entrepreneur and Humanitarian Personality of the Year 2021; Board of the Chartered Institute of Public Resources Management and Politics (Ghana CIPRMP) Hall of Famer.
He has been recognised by Vanguard newspaper Nigeria as a top Chief Executive Officer making a change in the space and also guardian nigeria name him among 50 most impactful CEO that contributed to nigeria GDP in 2021.
He is one of ‘Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 nominees in 2022.