NNPP national chairman Rufai Alkali resigns


Rufa’i Alkali, national chairman of the New Nigeria Peoples
Party (NNPP), has resigned.


In a letter to his party, Alkali said the NNPP needs
reorganisation to consolidate its success in the general election.

Rabiu Kwankwaso, a former governor of Kano, is the
presidential candidate of the NNPP. He secured fourth place in the February 25
presidential poll.


The professor said he is convinced that change should start
with him, hence his decision to step down for fresh hands to lead the party.


 “I am pleased to
write and convey to you that I have Stepped Aside as the National Chairman of
the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) with effect from today, Friday 31st March
2023,” he said.


“Following keenly the events before, during and after the
recent General elections held on 25th February and 18th March 2023, it is my
humble view that our party, the NNPP, has a great future and potential to
emerge as the leading political force that is capable of winning the
Presidential and all other elections in 2027.


“To achieve this, we must think ahead and plan.


“And the time is now. Our great party, the NNPP will require
major and fundamental structural and systemic changes and reorganization at all
levels of the party to strengthen its base, improve its operational
capabilities and generally enhance its competitive advantage over and above all
the other 17 political parties on the INEC nominal roll.


 “I am convinced, this
change must start from me. This is precisely why I have decided, with all sense
of responsibility, to step aside from the office of the national chairman of
our party to give room for fresh hands to take over and build upon and improve
on our modest contributions.


“I wish I had done more.”


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