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I Am Not Desperate For The Position Of A President Says Kwankwaso

Presidential candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP), Rabiu Kwankwaso, has said he was not running to be Nigeria’s president out of desperation but because he wanted to offer quality leadership to Nigerians. Presidential candidate of the New Nigeria How Nigerians should vote: Kwankwaso said Nigerians must elect the next president of the country on the basis of the competence and capacity of the individual and not on the basis of his religion or ethnicity.He equally said that the only thing left is to make inroads to the south and that is what we have come to do ,starting most especially with Enugu.

The presidential candidate for the new nigeria people’s party [NNPP] Kwankwaso takes campaign to the south and while he was speaking in English yesterday, he mentioned that the  party was setting up its offices in the state ahead of the 2023 general election. He was also hopeful of emerging as the next president of Nigeria, having worked in the political space for over 30 years, adding that the party had already established a stronghold across the 19 states 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 said Nigerians now have alternatives to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Congress (APC), which failed to deliver in the area of 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 noted that the NNPP was bringing renewed hopes for Nigerians, adding that those who were aggrieved with the situation could change the narrative in 2023 by voting him as president.

Kwankwaso made it clear that he is willing to leave that position if they get a better candidate that is 5 times better and greater than him but for now he still remains the best , ‘’and with God by my side aim working effortlessly to make sure that  i win the election and give Nigeria a better and a beautiful representation’’. To ensure the security and lives of people including properties and also  increase the number of soldiers from less than 250,000 to one million and the number of police, also from less than 230,000 to one million. Kwankwaso is known for having a cult-like following in Kano. However, the winner of the 2023 presidential election must score the highest number of votes and the required two-thirds spread in the 36 States of the federation as contained in the Electoral Act 2022 and the 1999 Constitution (as amended). Hence Kwankwaso needs much more than Kano.

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