“APC has proven to be worse than PDP” ………..

Rabiu Kwankwaso the Presidential candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP), said he is not aspiring to become the president of Nigeria because of desperation but because he felt Nigeria needs someone who can offer quality leadership services.

He went further to advice Nigerians to elect their next president considering his ability to offer competent leadership and not to be religiously or ethnicity biased when electing. 

Rabiu Kwankwaso made these known yesterday in Enugu when the party was setting his office in the state ahead of the 2023 presidential Election. 

He said having worked in the political space for the over 30 years He is quite hopeful of becoming the next President of Nigeria with development of establishing strongholds across the 19 state in the North.

“All that is left now is making inroads to the South and that is what we have come to do, starting with Enugu in the Southeast,” he said, adding that those who thought they would get up to 25% in Kano State would not even get up to 5% when the time comes.

He went further to day that Nigerians now have other parties to consider, and these party from records have failed in key areas like economy, security, and Education.

“The APC has even proven to be worse than the PDP. All is not well in the Northeast, where the government claims it has defeated insurgency. The people cannot move about freely, even in the Southeast. Nowhere is safe again,” he said.

He assured that the party will be bringing new hopes for Nigerians, adding that those who were affected by the situation could still change the narrative by voting him in as the president in the forth coming Election.

 “I am willing to step aside if the NNPP gets a better candidate but for now, I am the best there is and that is why I am working tirelessly to ensure that we win the elections and give Nigerians a better representation.”

He said to be assured of the security of lifes and properties he is going to increase the number of security personnel; soldiers from 250,000 to one million and police from 230,000 to one million

According to him, under his watch, there would be no cases of oil theft, which have grossly impacted the growth of the nation’s economy.

“I was the minister of defence under former president Obasanjo and within that period, we made sure that there were no cases of oil theft,” he explained, adding: “We were even looking for those, who wanted to engage in such activities.”

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