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F.C.A.N.

FRIENDS CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS OF NIGERIAN

 

About:

 

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FCAN is an association that educates and promotes good governance in Nigeria and also promotes good morals in our society Over the years FCAN has been empoering, promoting peace and stability in Nigeria through the necessary means. We also support candidates with good vision and mission into public offices.

 

Vision:

 

To prepare youths to be relevant to the society and educates them to shun violence.

 

Mission:

 

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To eliminate moral decadence from the society.

To fight corruptions via non-violence.

To vote leaders with good visions and missions into power.

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History of FCAN


THE FRIENDS CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS OF NIGERIAN is basically open for all Nigerian youths between the ages of 18 to 45 years of all social classes of life.
The Nigerian youths are currently in deep slumber and they no longer participate in governing the country like our former heroes and heroines.
The following people participated well in the country’s leadership during their youth days.
Awolowo (37), Akintola (36), Ahmadu Bello (36) Balewa (34) and Okotie-Eboh (27), Enahoro (27) led the struggle for independence after the death of Macaulay. Only Zik was 42 at the time.
In 1966, the first coup was led by: Kaduna Nzeogwu (29) and countered by Murtala Mohammed (28), Theophilus Danjuma (28), Babangida (25), Nanven Garba (23), Sani Abacha (23), Shehu Musa Yaradua (23), and brought into power Gowon (32), Ojukwu (33), Obasanjo (29), Buhari (24).
Most of the military administrators who governed the states under the successive military regimes, most of whom are governors now, were under 30 years. The brief democratic dispensation which interjected the military interregnums also saw the House of Representatives in particular populated by majority of members under 30 years as well as some senators.
Under 30s were also not in short supply with appointments, we have examples of MT Mbu who became foreign affairs minister at 23 and Pat Utomi who became a presidential adviser at 27 and so on and so forth.
NOW:
Why is it that this age bracket is today still sleeping in 3 seater chairs in their parents’ homes?
Why is it that this age bracket is today still collecting pocket money from their parents?
Why is it that this age bracket is today still writing JAMB?
Why is it that this age bracket is today still sagging their trousers?
Why is it that this age bracket is today still searching for jobs?
Why is it that this age bracket is today no longer qualified to even be leaders of youth wings of political parties?
Why is it that this age bracket is today so docile?
Why is it that this age bracket is today still incapable of feeding itself?
Why is it that this age bracket is today barred by law from even aspiring to certain political offices?
Why is it that this age bracket is today incapacitated, unwilling, unable and incapable of asking questions?


INTRODUCTION
FCAN was found on the 10th of February 2010 in Abuja by the three pioneers Prince Onos Jon Ogbovoh, Mr Jerry C. Onwusoro and Comrade Onyeibor A. Solomon Onochite.
We have a total population of 210,900 members in 33 states in Nigeria.

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