Unveiling the NNPP VP is a positive move for the sake of Nigerians- Dr. Belel


The recent unveiling of Bishop Isaac Idahosa as the Vice President of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) by the Party’s President Flag bearer, Engr Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso was described as a positive move in the interest of all Nigerians.

Dr. Abdullahi Dauda Belel who witnessed the unveiling at the International Conference Center (ICC) in Abuja said Nigerians are saved in the Rabiu and Isaac’s ticket.

Dauda Described the Monday event which brought together notable politicians across the country and praised Idahosa as a Man of impeccable integrity.

He said NNPP is growing like wildfire with general acceptability across the country, employing Nigerians to see the party as the ark that can voyage everyone to a haven.

Abdullahi who is the Adamawa Northern Senatorial candidate of the party said the party is moving toward reclaiming the mandate that will serve the people better.

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According to him the likes of Kwankwaso and Idahosa because of their proven integrity are few, and joining the party to contest the National Assembly seat is to collectively salvage the entire Adamawa Northern zone which has been under the influence of poor representation.

“Our zone has been and is still one of the most backward in terms of improved socio-economic and peaceful co-existence.

” The area is in dire need of good hands and better ideas to bring government at the National and State levels closer to its people.

“I’m calling on my people to consider this as a golden opportunity to change the narratives with me in NNPP everyone’s will be protected. ” Belel assured


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