2023 Presidency: Rabiu Kwankwaso Takes Campaign to Niger Republic
- The presidential candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso, has taken a new approach to his campaign
- Senator Kwanwaso recently held a diplomatic meeting with the government of the Republic of Niger ahead of the 2023 polls
- The former Kano state governor revealed his reformation agenda to President Mohamed Bazoum as he plans to foster foreign economic relations
With less than three weeks to the presidential polls, the presidential candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party, Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso, has taken his campaign train off the shores of Nigeria.
As reported by Punch Newspaper, the Kano-state-born politician took his campaign to the Niger Republic to reach a deal for the same economic grounds with the West African neighbours.
2023 polls: Kwankwaso reels out reformation agenda to Niger Republic
During his visit, it was gathered that the former Kano state governor averred that his mission, if he becomes president, is to strengthen the foreign policy between both nations and solidify security, good governance, technology and good economic exchange.
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In a statement issued on Sunday, February 5, in Abuja, Kwankwaso said his political tenets are:
“In continuation of his consultations, especially his afro-centric foreign policy initiatives if given the mandate by Nigerians.”
Senator Kwankwaso also paid homage to President Mohamed Bazoum of the Republic of Niger and interacted with Nigerian nationals during his diplomatic visit.
He equally visited the immediate-past President of the Niger Republic, Mahamadou Issoufou.
Naira scarcity: Knocks on Buhari, Emefiele as Kwankwaso reveals how politicians get cash for campaigns
In another development, Rabiu Kwankwaso, the presidential candidate of the NNPP, has said the CBN policy on the new naira note is to punish the poor Nigerians.
According to the ex-Kano governor, the notion that it will stop politicians from getting money to buy votes is a proposition that could be improved.
The ex-Kano governor said that most big-time politicians have friends in the bank who can help them to mobilise the cash they need for campaigns.
2023 polls: Kwankwaso reveals what he’ll do if he doesn’t become president
Meanwhile, Rabiu Kwankwaso, the NNPP standard-bearer, is preparing for the worse ahead of the 2023 presidential election.
Just a few weeks before the poll, the former governor of Kano state revealed that he would accept his fate if he lost the presidential election.
Kwankwaso made this disclosure on Monday, January 23, during a presidential town hall meeting at the University of Abuja.