2019: NNPP mocks APC, vows to endorse ‘new blood’ who would sack Buhari
The chairman, Bauchi state chapter of the New Nigeria Peoples Party, NNPP,
Muhammed Barde has stated that come 2019, the party will endorse a vibrant new blood to replace President Muhammadu Buhari as Nigeria’s President.
This was as he mocked the All Progressive Congress, APC, following alleged failed congresses that, according to him, have consumed the ruling party.
Barde told DAILY POST, in an exclusive interview on Sunday in Bauchi, that the party’s decision to endorse a new blood to take over from APC-led government is not negotiable.
“NNPP is not relenting in its genuine determination to replace President Buhari in 2019 through vibrant new blood apparently to provide better leadership quality,” said Barde.
He said the APC and PDP are no longer better options and alternatives, saying that NNPP is more reformed and organised.
Barde declared that the party has more space in its fold to serve as asylum to aggrieved members of APC who were said to have been skewed out during recent congresses of the party.
The chairman said his party’s congresses ended peacefully without rancour like that of APC.
“NNPP wards congresses cannot be compared with that of APC where popular aspirants were denied access to venues of the congresses, apart from selling the intent forms in secret, resulting to mass defection to NNPP,” he added.
Barde maintained that, “The success of the Saturday ward Congresses is a strong indication that APC is now a history from power.
“The turn out to NNPP congresses was a signal that Nigerians are tired of APC and that APC will lose to the NNPP,” concluded Barde.