Ahead of the general elections, the Presidential Candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party, (NNPP,) Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, has urged Nigerians to see the party as their saviour come 2023.
According to him, his party has the best manifesto, and it’s all out to salvage Nigeria from its various problems.
Naija News learnt that Kwankwaso, who said this while commissioning the party’s campaign office in Kano state, insisted the party is the best for Nigeria, and that voters should ensure they come out en masse to exercise their rights.
Kwankwaso urged Nigerians to also pray for the country ahead of the 2023 elections, adding that his party has presented the best manifesto that will help in emancipating the country.
The NNPP presidential candidate reassured the youth of a better government under his party, and that there is a need for a way forward for the younger generation.
He as well promised to carry the youths along by providing access to education for all at all levels.
He said, “history is made here in Sharada where those who are unable to go to school will be given the opportunity as a new Nigeria is anticipated.”
The State party Chairman, Umar Haruna Doguwa said the mammoth crowd indicated the party’s ability to sail through to victory.
Kwankwaso furthered that the party is the fastest-growing political party in Africa and that in just months it is competing with major political parties.
The crowd, he said signifies the need and aspiration for new leadership in Nigeria which the NNPP will provide.
Recall that the party had earlier commissioned campaign offices in Kebbi state too, and the former governor of Kano state, in a press conference held in Birnin Kebbi, said he was satisfied with what he saw on the ground following the massive turnout of his supporters.
He added that his political structure in every state is intact and battle ready for the forthcoming election.
“We decided to come and see things. NNPP has fielded candidates for state Assemblies, Reps, Senate and Governorship in Kebbi state and support is massive and encouraging,” he said.
Asked about plans for education, he said his strides in education are open to all Nigerians, noting that as governor for 8 years, education and infrastructure were run concurrently.
He said that over three thousand indigenes and none indigenes were sent abroad to study medicine and other disciplines, and that same would be replicated if he wins in the forthcoming 2023 election.
He described PDP and APC as the same people and same party, saying they fought the PDP in 2015, to bring the current APC because of poor governance and insecurity but instead the situations of Nigerians only worsened.
He also noted that no Nigerian is safe, as kidnappings and killings have escalated. He added that good leaders do not stay in office while the poor suffer.
This article was originally published on Naija News