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NNPP Stakeholders Pass Vote Of No Confidence On Kano Gov., Yusuf

Some stakeholders of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP), in the 19 Northern States, under the aegis of Concerned NNPP Stakeholders, have passed a vote of no confidence on Governor Abba Yusuf of Kano State.

Recall that the Governor and his predecessor, currently the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Abdullahi Ganduje have been at loggerheads.

The State Government also vowed to prosecute Ganduje over alleged financial misappropriation while he was in office as Governor of the State.

Meanwhile, their stance is contained in a communique issued on Monday and jointly signed by the President of the group, Attahiru Musa; Secretary, Simon Pam, and others.

The chieftains claimed that they have been left “disappointed with the path our beloved party is taking, especially in Kano State. ”

READ ALSO: Kano APC Sacks Ward Leaders Behind Ganduje’s Suspension

According to them, NNPP has failed in Kano State, stressing that the party’s leadership in the state is presently “worse than the government at the centre and the previous administration.”

“The party succeeded in selling its philosophy to millions of citizens who craved a change from the old guards.

“Governor Abba Yusuf was considered as the fresh air to clear the mess of successive governments. To the ordinary resident, Abba was a messiah.

“Sadly, however, the NNPP leadership has been worse than the government at the centre and the previous administration. As stakeholders, we can no longer pretend that all is well when clearly, nothing is working. Kano State was supposed to be the model for the Federal Government to follow.

“It was supposed to be the epicentre of good governance and quality leadership. However, we have been left in disappointment, without a voice to challenge the APC government,” the NNPP stated.

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