YPP Commences E-Registration of New Members, Call On Kwarans to Join Party


    The Young Progressives Party in Kwara State has commenced mobilization and e-registration of members. This was contained in a statement issued by the Chairman of the Party in Kwara State, Mr. Charles Olufemi Folayan.

    In his words ”After a successful test run of our e-registration platform, we are now set to fully commence the exercise efficiently and effectively in Ilorin West local government from Jun 12, 2021. We will commence in other local governments in a few weeks.”

    “Our e-registration platform which is the first of it’s kind, and was built from the scratch by a team of young members of the party, in order to give people at the grassroots in the 193 wards the opportunity to join the party without stress”

    “We have also set up a team of enumerators and a monitoring committee to assist intending members, especially our fathers and mothers who might not be able to use the platform on their own.”

    “We are working ahead of the 2023 general elections. Our party accommodates everyone – young, old, rich and poor. We guarantee trust, fairplay and full participation of all members.”

    “We have adopted an e-registration platform which only requires voter’s card to register over the manual process. It is easily accessible, efficient, transparent, democratic and more forward thinking. These are all attributes that YPP symbolizes. It is also part of our effort to galvanize the youth and tap into their skillsets and technology advantage to solve our societal challenges.”

    We call on all good people of Kwara State to join us for the 2023 “Ballot Revolution” at

    Happy Democracy Day!

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