The group said this in a statement it released following the outcome of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Primaries, saying regardless of the outcome of the exercise.
In the statement signed by the Co-Founder of the initiative, Mrs. Temi Okesanjo, the young Nigerians expressed their heartfelt conviction that the VP won because they believed in his leadership and the hope he inspires.
The statement reads “It is our firm belief that regardless of the outcome of your party primaries, you are a winner.
“You won because the Nigerian youths believe in your leadership and the joy that comes with the hope you bring, the hope many had lost before now.
“You won because those who hijacked and controlled the process altered what would have been a voluntary embrace of change.
“You won because we will continue to look up to you for answers even as we do not see clearly when you will be crowned to give these answers.
“They say people shouldn’t have what they didn’t fight for, but the ones who couldn’t be induced didn’t get a chance to vote.
“We didn’t let you down, they know we wouldn’t is why it was mandatory to hijack the initial process to voting our next president
“You come with a different sense of capacity to change, the change that has been disbelieved and misunderstood by the people.
“We are sad that the hijack of the process may have taken us 10 years backward, but we are happy because we fought a good fight and we still have you with us.
“We hope that you will continue to give yourself to this country the way you have done relentlessly, knowing we need you.
“Your person and strength of character is almost unbelievable. You are so high up, yet gifted with a common touch that resonates with everyone.
“You have taught us one of the most important lessons of life: to stand firm in spite of the many contrived and obstructing plots.
“We urge you to go on because of our future and the future of our children.
“Remember you won and the delay that the outcome has imposed is only temporary.
“We are already looking forward, for in the future lies the realization of our dreams of a greater nation.”
The Vice President came third in the primary election with 235 votes, while the national leader of the party, Bola Tinubu won the primary election with 1271 votes.