Imo 2019: Former IMSU SUG President And Governor Hopeful, Linus Okorie Interacts With Imo Youths


This Media outfit have learnt that Sat 18th August, 2019  Dr. Linus Okorie a Frontline Imo Gubernatorial Aspirant under the platform of Young Progressive Party had a conversation with Ndi Imo.

Dr. Linus Okorie a one time Student union president at Imo state university is a youth of 44 years. As a youth, the problem of youths are his problems too. He feels and complains about it too but the only difference is that he has got solutions to these problems.

It was a grand event that attracted thousands of Imolites who came despite party affiliations to hear the world class leadership coach.

Speaking with newsmen shortly after the conversation, Mr Ikechukwu Anyanwu -the Publisher of Arise Africa Magazine said 

"Africa is indeed arising with the likes of Linus Okorie.  Show me a man with vision,  integrity,  passion, capacity and leadership competencies to make a positive difference in governance and I would show you this man who had gathered us here today.  We  have known each other  for two decades. I am thrilled listening to him as he reveals his blueprint and plans towards ushering us into an Imo  filled with endless possibilities. A new normal is possible"

Similarly  Clinton Ogu  took time on the social media sharing his thoughts on the event.  According to him " I took time  to download most of the wishes and aspirations of youths who attended the programme. All their talks centred on the need for Dr. Linus Okorie to harness their inherent intelligence and strength towards towards a prosperous Imo that will reduce youth unemployment and vices. 
From the intelligent questions  asked and suggestions made you could see the quality of youths who have come to associate with Dr. Linus Okorie. It also gives one the impression that there is hope for the youths when the system starts working."

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