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Peace, Equity and progress is the aim of NNPP - Chukwurah


By Blessing Nnabuife 

In a move that has sent shockwaves to one among the political parties is Nigeria and left many members of the party disenchanted as regards to the party crises,  the New Nigerian People's Party, (NNPP) through the acting deputy National Chairman, NNPP,Chief Felix Chukwurah, has officially disclosed that peace, Equity and progress, is the strong pillar of which NNPP was founded.

Chief Chukwurah, while addressing the press during the NNPP Southeast conference, which was held recently in Awka, commended Dr Boniface Aniebonam over his  dedication to the party, which he said, he founded and funded over two years ago with the most priority of rendering services that will bring peace and good leadership to the country and not war or conflict.


He said "the conference is a platform of introduction of the newly appointed acting state chairman to the zonal Authority,  addressing the challenges faced by NNP, and also to assure the southeast members of the party that the old NNPP structure is intact as the strange entrants who joined the party with evil intention of wrestling the party  have failed.

 National Chairman, Chief Chukwurah, emphasised that "Our party NNPP is not immuned to party quagmires but the peculiarity in our circumstances is worth dealing with decisively to resist the obvious. "We have situation where the party constitution was Grossly violated and abandoned for a new fresh one under the guise of amendment by some recent entrants in the party, to enable them perfect a hijack of the party which was founded and nutured twenty two years ago  by Dr Boniface Aniebonam, supported by some other pioneer members".

According to Chief Chukwurah, the party is undergoing some crises coursed by some prominent individuals in the country, he said, the party aimed to address internal issues and strengthen its position in Nigerian politics as it prepared for upcoming elections. He also emphatically stated that the party would win the forthcoming gubernatorial elections in Imo and Anambra states in the coming election.

He commended the  efforts of the NWC members,  led by his excellency, Dr. Agbo Major, in maintaining the party’s grassroots support and expanding its presence nationally, he disclosed that "the National Working Committee, NWC , was swallowed and manipulated by few new persons, mentioning the formal governor, Kano state, and Minister of Defence, Mohammed Rabi'u Musa Kwankwaso and rest of his team that marshal the NWC members to meeting in their private houses for easy Access and control of selfish and unpopular decisions to ruin the party image" he said.

Chief Chukwurah,  passed a massage of assurance to the members of the party in solidarity with the founders of the NNPP, to keep faith alive so as to continue with their endeavor in doing the good work to which the party is being known.

Acting Anambra State NNPP chairman, Igweamaka orajuba and his counterpart from Ebonyi, Hon Ozeogu Stephen, Expressed gratitude to God for the gift of life to be present at the event, they described the founder of the party, Dr Boniface Aniebonam as God sent to the whole world, a rare gift to humanity, kind, humble and a brave man.

They stated that the party in southeast must move forward for peace not for war, urged the party members to see this period as the time to for more work to improve the credibility of NNPP.

The highlight of the story, had the party members who passed a vote of no confidence to  Mohammed Rabi'u Musa Kwankwaso and the motion was moved by the Acting state chairman Abia state NNPP, Prince Kelech Apugo and chuba Nwadiogbu acting Enugu state chairman NNPP. 

The party also passed a vote of Reaffairmation of the dissolution of kawu Ali lead NWC and expulsion of Kwankwaso and kwankwasia support group, which was moved by Hon chief Ozeogu Stephen acting Ebonyi state chairman of NNPP and Hon Nnani Nnaemeka Emmanuel acting state publicity secretary imo state.

The event had in attendance, Stakeholders and state executives from Imo, Abia, Ebonyi, Enugu, and Anambra.

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