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Buhari support group dumps APC for NNPP in Jigawa

In Jigawa State, the Buhari Patriotic Support Organization of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has defected to the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP).

After the NNPP’s local government congress in Ringim, the group that always worked for President Muhammadu Buhari from the defunct Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) to the APC proclaimed their support for the party.

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Adamu Sankara, speaking on behalf of the organization’s members, stated that they deserted the APC owing to false promises and a failure to bring constructive change to the country.

He stated that the organization and its structures at the ward, local government, and state levels have opted to join the NNPP in order to make Nigeria a better place.

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Addressing party members, the NNPP’s Jigawa State leader and two-term governor of Jigawa State.

He explained that 37 executives were elected from each of the 27 local governments of the state.

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Ringim, therefore, charged the new executives to work hard for the victory of the party in the coming 2023 general election.

He said the door of the party is open to all Nigerians to join and aspire for any position of their choice.



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