To champion the project of building a nation that is corruption free, one that youths of today and unborn generations would be proud of.
Launched on May 1, 2013
The National Youth council of Nigeria was established in 1964, charged with the overall objective of policy formulation and implementation on issues bordering on youth development in Nigeria.
The National Youth council of Nigeria was established in 1964 with its 36 state chapters including FCT and 774 LGA branches and affiliate VYO’s.
And as apex body, is charged with the overall objective of policy formulation and implementation on issues bordering youth development in Nigeria. It also mobilizes all nationally recognized voluntary youth organizations, state youth council chapters and local government youth council branches to engage in activities that are of benefit to them and the nation at large.
Youth, according to the youth policy status, acknowledged youths as persons between the ages of 18 to 35. The NYCN is managed and govern by 23 national executive committee (NEC) members.
We remain steadfast to the pursuit of actualizing #Change in Nigeria, while championing the movement as the network with the best grassroot outreach among youths in the country!
Unnamed Road, Nigeria