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NNPP internal crisis: We shall come out stronger – Founder

NNPP internal crisis: We shall come out stronger – Founder

The Founder, New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), Dr Boniface Aniebonam, has assured that the party will come out from its current internal crisis stronger.

Aniebonam gave the assurance in a statement on Sunday in Lagos.

He said that the party’s greatness lied in the ability of its members to amicably resolve the ongoing internal wranglings.

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Aniebonam said it was important for the party to think out of the box, reason responsibly and find solution to the internal leadership crisis.

”Our members should understand that trouble is not the way forward if the party must remain united and formidable,” he said.

The NNPP founder urged members of the party to respect and abide by its constitution and grand norm.

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Aniebonam said that although going to court was a constitutional way of resolving conflict, resolution through conversation and negotiation was more effective.

He said that Sen. Rabiu Kwankwaso and other expelled members of the party added value to the growth and popularity of the party.

”The emergence of Kwankwaso and his Kwankwasiya Movement enhanced NNPP’s political status in Nigeria.

”Winning a state like Kano and several other positions remain the tonic required to move on and expand our scope in Nigeria.

”So as the founder and life member of NNPP Board of Trustees, I am a father to all, my wish is nothing less than total peace in the party,’ he said.

He said that the party which came into existence in 2002, had earned remarkable feats by winning elections and remaining afloat as a registered political party in the country.

”The most important thing now is our capacity and ability to take advantage and advance the course of our objectives to enthrone a new Nigeria of our dreams.

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