- Former Kano governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso, has called on Nigerians to join the New Nigeria Peoples Party
- The former chieftain of the PDP noted that the new party would meet the needs and aspirations of Nigerians
- Kwankwaso while canvassing for votes in the next general election, urged the youths to go get their voters card and vote right
The former governor of Kano state, Rabiu Kwankwaso, has urged Nigerians, especially the youths, to join the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) to restore Nigeria and provide the fresh air desired by citizens.
According to the former governor, the new party would guarantee jobs, and quality education without strike, among others for the youths in the country.
Call on youths
He urged the youth to register with the party and with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to get their voter cards and vote for the party in 2023.
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“This NNPP is fresh air for Nigerians because citizens are looking for a new and better Nigeria since they are tired of the status quo.”
Kwankwaso said if this was done, all the present challenges being witnessed would be a forgotten issue.
“This party is all about correcting the mistakes of the past and with your support we will achieve a better Nigeria."
Kwankwaso dumps PDP, reveals why
Contrastingly former Kano state governor Rabiu Kwankwaso said that he is leaving the PDP due to some irreconcilable differences with the party.
Kwankwaso who has now joined the New Nigeria Peoples Party said some members of PDP felt he was no longer important to the party.
According to Kwankwaso, the internal conflict was the contributing factor to his leaving PDP for NNPP.
2023: Tambuwal, Pius Ayim at loggerheads over PDP presidential zoning
In another development, the duo of Ayim Pius and Governor Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto state are at loggerheads in their opinion over which region the presidential ticket of the PDP should be zoned.
Governor Tambuwal stated this during a courtesy visit to the party’s leadership in Nasarawa state north-central Nigeria.