Do you wonder how Nigeria’s APC plan to make good on the enticing campaign promises it lustily chants? Then we’ve got interesting news for you. Nigeria’s main opposition party in the February 2015 elections is organizing an internet meet-up with the country’s youth population via Google Hangouts.
The goal? To “[discuss] the APC’s plan to get Nigeria working again.”
In an official statement made available to TechCabal, APC said, “In choosing this medium, the APC is demonstrating its commitment to engaging their youth population and using innovation to address Nigeria’s unemployment.”
The discussion, according to the statement, will focus on the APC’s pledge to create millions of jobs every year if elected, and how they aim to achieve this ambitious goal.
The Hangout will hold January 27th (tomorrow). Professor Yemi Osinbajo, the APC Vice Presidential candidate and Babatunde Fashola, Governor of Lagos State would be the ones fielding questions.
This is not the first time APC is deploying technology towards buoying it’s chances in the February elections. Only last week, the party launched a series a platforms via which party sympathizers can donate towards the party’s campaign.
According to APC, the session will be available for subsequent viewing via the APC’s YouTube page.
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