Kobi said some of the issues to be addressed during the summit include youth marginalisation in governance, poverty, unemployment and corruption as well as youth inclusion in politics.
The NOA director said the participants would be drawn from the 20 local government areas and 323 electoral wards of Bauchi state.
“We would educate the youth to know and appreciate government efforts on their plight,” he added.
According to him, the participants would be sensitised on government policies like the Social Investment Programmes and exposed to national values and ethics, migration, entrepreneurship, and policy making and governance.
“We will strictly abide by the COVID-19 protocols during the summit,” he added. (NAN)