It was a solemn gathering in Makurdi the Benue State capital as the youth took out time to honour those who lost their lives across the country in the recent national struggle.
The candlelight service was presided over by the General Overseer, Power House International Ministries, Emmanuel Omobhude. He emphasized the need to continue the agitation for a better Nigeria.
Civil activist, Dave Ogbole and Rev Fr Solomon Mfa , encouraged the youth not to relent in their struggle, stressing that the time to take over is now.
Benue born artist Orduen Ikon, popularly as OD woods, Ukan Kurugh, Vafa Ayiamkyegh , Collins Uma , Kiddwaya’s mother and a host of others were all present to lend his support.
Some of the youths recounted their experiences in the hands of the police, Prayers were also offered for the country in distress.