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2023: APC, PDP Are Fearful Over Impending Defeat – NNPP

The New Nigeria Peoples Party, NNPP, has said that the All Progressives Congress, APC, and opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, are scared of their impending loss in the upcoming 2023 elections.

The Jigawa State NNPP gubernatorial candidate, Malam Aminu Ibrahim Ringim stated this during an interview with BBC Hausa service.

The politician insisted that he was certain the masses would not repeat the mistakes of voting APC or PDP considering that they have failed the country for the past 22 years.

He said: “The growing and acceptability of the party and popularity of the candidates in Jigawa State and the country are making the APC and PDP jittering that Nigerians would vote out APC coming general election”

He explained that NNPP came into existence to set right the atrocities caused by the PDP And APC time in power.

“Our main concern is on how to secure the nation, provide Job opportunities to our teaming youth and boost the economy of our states and the country.


For example, in Jigawa State we have a comprehensive policy for industrialization, real investors would be invited to invest with high turnover for both the investors and the entire Jigawa people.

This would no doubt enhance revenue generation for the Government, increase employment to the youth and create enabling environment for unfettered business and commerce which will subsequently help in the security of the state,” he added

He explained that the party is committed and ready to take over power both in the state and federal level in the upcoming elections.




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