Wednesday's winner of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Primary elections for Jos South/Jos East Federal constituency, Dachung Musa Bagos says his aspiration is beyond politics but a desire to fight for justice and secure comfortable lives for poor electorates.

Mr. Bagos said in Jos on Thursday that although widely misunderstood, he is committed to the struggle for good governance, unity and security in the troubled constituency.

"My desire is to see that the old woman in the village who defies all pressure to vote gets dividends of democracy.

"I want to see that the next generation enjoys that which our forefathers enjoyed before us," the founder of the local pressure group, Plateau Youth G-17 Progressive Forum told journalists.

He condemned youths chasing political offices under the motivation of the recently passed Not too Young to Run law in Nigeria.

"It is not just about running but you should have an agenda to run with," he said stressing the need for deeper self-search before declaring interest in any political office.

Mr. Bagos particularly called youths to allow their political ambitions to be driven by ideas and the "political will to lead", not just the feeling of marginalization.