The PDP Youth Leader Prince Sulaiman Kadade surrounded by Party Leaders

By Ed Malik, A / July 7, 2022 12.07 PM

Prince Sulaiman Muhammad Kadade, the Youth Leader of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) adds another year to his age, today.

Kadade, unarguably the youngest Youth Leader of a political party in Nigeria’s history emerged through a consensus during the PDP’s convention October, 2021, at a prime age of 25 years, meaning by today’s birthday celebration, he’s now 26 years.

Kadade with PDP Presidential Flagbearer, H.E. Abubakar Atiku, GCON

There was a seeming breath of fresh air in the Nigerian political structure and nomenclature when for the first time in history, a youth was truly hoisted on the position of Youth Leader of a party, where hitherto old men paraded themselves as youth leaders.

Kadade with former Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki

The vibrant youth leader is a scion of the royal family of Nasarawan Doya at Makarfi Local Government, Kaduna State, North-West geopolitical zone of Nigeria.

He is the grandson of Sarkin Nasarawan Doya and son of late Dan Malikin Zazzau Dalhatu Kadade Suleiman.

Prince Kadade cut his political teeth as a grassroots mobilizer at a tender age and has sought mentorship from leading politicians and statesmen from the Northern part of Nigeria. His youthful zeal and focus are standing him out in the political field.

From L-R (Celebrated blogger Nuru Shehu Jos, PDP National Chairman Dr. Iyorchia Ayu and Prince Sulaiman Muhammad Kadade

In his public profile, Muhammad Kadade said he was born in 1996. He had his primary education at Nasarawan Doya before he proceeded to Nigerian Turkish International College for his secondary education. He was admitted into Kaduna State University to read Sociology in the 2015/2016 session but reportedly withdrew for a season.

Kadade with popular musician Davido

Many leaders and friends have sent goodwill messages to this burgeoning political revelation of our time.

We at ‘’ identifies with him and will be tracking his actions and impact as a signpost to young Nigerians who may want to also take the political route.

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