2023: NNPP Advises Nigerians To Vote For Individual Instead Of Party
The New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) has advised Nigerians to vote for political parties rather than individuals with proven track records in the 2023 elections.
News Agency of Nigeria
In a statement issued on Monday in Lagos, Dr. Boniface Aniebonam, Founder, NNPP, made this request.
According to Aniebonam, Nigerians needed a breath of new air and to do things differently, which is why the NNPP was formed.
“Under the circumstance, there must be a quick intervention to restart Nigeria from the beginning. To achieve this objective, the process must be through a registered political platform.
“This means that Nigerians must depart from the old order of voting political parties instead of individuals with track records of high performance.
“We hereby present to Nigerians, a political platform- The New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP),” Aniebonam said.
He said that the two major political parties had failed to fully ease the bulk of Nigerians’ pains.
Aniebonam lamented the country’s instability and economic difficulties.
Since 2001, he claims, the NNPP has been actively taking stock of developments in Nigeria.
“It is now time for every individual who believe in a new Nigeria of our dreams to come forward and join us to restart Nigeria and remove it from consumption to productive economy,” he added.
In terms of presidential zoning, Aniebonam believes that the Eastern region should be given the right to nominate a candidate in 2023.
In the general interest of our country, he stated, the demand for justice, equity, and fairness should prevail.
“We in the new Nigeria peoples party and other sister political parties have never provided leadership in Nigeria.
“We do not speak the language of zoning but to look out for the best materials that have the capacity to restart Nigeria from the beginning.
“We invite all good people of Nigeria who have something to offer to join us to re-establish a new Nigeria of our dreams,” Aniebonam said.
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