He said young people needed to take their future seriously, value their success and growth and vote as if their lives depended on it.
He added that young people wanted to be taken seriously, and to be seen and heard.
“Fundamentally, young people expect their vote to mean something and for political parties to mean what they say. We expect fair access to jobs, safer communities, access to quality basic education and funded tertiary education,” he said.
Pophaim said the present members of Parliament were too old.