READ ALSO: Abducted Kagara schoolchildren, others may regain freedom today — Gumi The National Coordinator, BAN, Anthony Edogbo, in his welcome address, thanked Bello “for receiving this organisation with open arms and allowing us to carry out this very dear project.” Edogbo said, “Our support is borne out of the urgent need to promote the youth agenda and support one of our own, Governor Yahaya Bello, the reason we are all seated here today. READ ALSO: I dropped ransom for my brother’s kidnappers near police station – Brother of slain American returnee “Nigeria is a nation with a youth population of over 33 million. Sadly, over the years, we have failed to utilise our numerical strength, creativity and powers towards building the Nigeria of our dreams. A Nigeria where every tribe, gender and religion is given equal opportunities to thrive and contribute towards national development. A Nigeria that prioritizes healthcare and education, security, economic and infrastructural development. [READ ALSO] Sasa: Afenifere, Adebanjo, Adams lambast Lawan for attacking South-West govs He said, “I heard the coordinator say the target is 5 million by December. You need to stretch it because, in the last 2019 elections, we had 84 million registered voters – (those aged) 35 years and below were 43 million in the 84 million, that is 61 million. So, if you are targeting five million in 43 million, that is like 25 per cent target of the pool that is available for you to target.Leke Baiyewu, Abuja The presidential ambition of Governor Yahaya Bello received a boost on Saturday with the inauguration of Bello Ambassadors Network, a group youth support group, in Abuja on Saturday. At the event were Bello, who was represented by the Deputy Governor, Edward Onoja; Chief of Staff to the Governor, Abdulkareem Asuku; and Secretary to the Government of Kogi State, Dr Folashade Arike-Ayoade.