NNPP Governorship Candidate Tells Stakeholders To Work Towards Party Success
By Amina Mohammed, Lafia
The Nasarawa State Governorship candidate of the New Nigerian Peoples Party, NNPP, Abdullahi Maidoya has urged stakeholders to work judiciously for the success of the party.
Maidoya stated this during a meeting of all the Chairmen of local government, their wards counterparts, and major stakeholders of the party.
He said that the NNPP shall take Nigeria from the hands of the present administration for positive change.
“It is only NNPP that has a workable blueprint that will adequately take care of the people, NNPP’s major concern is People and the basis of NNPP’s struggle to take over the Country is to change how things are done, how to improve well-being and the welfare of the people.
“The strategy is to bring government closer to the grassroots by establishing a structure to be known as Community participation reorientation program (CPRC) where Secretariat shall be built across all wards,” he noted.
Maidoya further charged the conscience of the people and urged them to take the message to their people and make them understand the imperative of voting NNPP in the coming election.
“Our prosperity can only be denied by ourselves if we refuse to take the right actions to change our situation, as leaders of your people we have a lot to do to make NNPP succeed in your local governments and Wards,” Maidoya added.
Responding, various chairmen of the local government of the party and wards appreciated Maidoya for his courage and leadership skills.
They promised to do all that it takes to redouble their efforts for the party to win all elections in the State.
Similarly, Maidoya, has debunked the ongoing speculations that the party’s presidential candidate, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso may step down for Atiku Abubakar ahead of the presidential election.
“There was never a time our presidential candidate, Dr. Kwankwaso met with PDP presidential candidate over such a matter. So to us in the NNPP, those were mere allegations sponsored by the PDP. Maidoya added.