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Emirship Crisis: NNPP, Not Tinubu Will Suffer Re-election in Kano – APC

Posted by Thandiubani on Mon 08th Jul, 2024 - tori.ng

NNPP had said the lingering Emirship tussle might negatively work against Tinubu’s second-term ambition in 2027.

 
The All Progressives Congress, APC has slammed the New Nigeria Peoples Party, NNPP.
 
APC while tackling NNPP said the party will suffer re-election in Kano state come 2027, and not President Bola Tinubu.
 
NNPP had said the lingering Emirship tussle might negatively work against Tinubu’s second-term ambition in 2027.
 
But Kano Chairman, Abdullahi Abbas in a statement issued Monday said contrary to a media report credited to NNPP, Kano State Chairman, Hashimu Dungurawa, it is the state ruling party and its national leader, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso that will suffer the consequences of the ongoing Emirship tussle negatively.
 
He noted that Dungurawa was an indication of the party’s frustration with the state and the nation’s political scene.
 
The APC chieftain stated that bringing up the issue of the 2027 presidential election by the Kano NNPP chairman in the face of an apparent failure of the government was not only diversionary but an indication of a plan to plunder the resources of the state in the name of candidature.
 
The APC state chairman said the crisis of confidence rocking the fictionalised opposition NNPP and its embattled leader, Senator Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso, is embarrassingly exposing its dismal failure, even as it is boasting of clinching the nation’s presidency come 2027.
 
The APC Chairman stated that the NNPP government in Kano State started on a wrong footing by going against the very essence of governance, which is the people, and always wants to distract the people from its apparent failure.
 
Abbas said: “Aside from widely acknowledged poor performance of Governor Abba Yusuf-led NNPP government in Kano state in the last year, the party’s penchant for causing and sponsoring crisis in a peaceful state he inherited and some of his anti-people’s policies are factors voters will consider in the next election.
 
“It is a public knowledge that while other state governors were commissioning one project or the other to mark their one year in office, the NNPP Kano state government was busy distracting the good people of Kano from his obvious failures through the contentious Emirate law as a tactic from his inadequacies in office.”
 


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