Youths for Ebele Jonathan (YEJ) group declared over the weekend that it would mobilise 2 million young people for a march to support the re-election of President Goodluck Jonathan in 2015 general elections.
Chief Robert Opara, the National Coordinator, announced this plan at an interactive session with journalists after the meeting of the National Working Committee of the organisation.
Opara promised that during a great 2-million march the youths would stand up and say their “YES” to the president. Over 20 millions of young voters would be mobilised to vote for Jonathan in 2015.
The supporters of Goodluck Jonathan also boasted their unique structure.
“At the end of the day we are having over 280,000 members of the management team of this structure across the 8009 wards, 774 local government areas, and 36 states of this country.“Every local government has 20-man management team, every state has 20 managements and 4 ex-officio, and at the 8009 wards we are more than 70 per cent,” the national coordinator revealed.
YEJ intends to conduct the 2 million-man march in Abuja, gather not less than 100,000 youths in other states.
The group also hope that Nigerians in the Diaspora, through their structures in London, Europe and America would join this initiative.EYJ is also currently negotiating with the electronic television networks and radio networks to cover the event live simultaneously across the country, searches the way to solve logistics issues.