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  •  The Katsina State chapter of the New Nigeria Peoples Party NNPP has cautioned its 88 candidates for the 2023 general elections gainst contravening campaign guidelines set by INEC The party s Chairman in the state Alhaji Sani Liti said this during a meeting with the candidates and other stakeholders on Saturday in Katsina He advised them to adhere to the various guidelines concerning campaigns and follow the timetable issued by the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC Now that Nigerians have rejected the major leading political parties our party the NNPP is best placed to win the 2023 general elections My advice is that we should tidy up our end and be mindful of the various electoral laws particularly those guiding campaigns and the contents of the campaigns We should follow the INEC timetable for campaigns We should also engage on issues based campaigns With the calibre of our candidates and members including new members from the APC and the PDP we shall have a good showing in the elections he said Also speaking the party s governorship candidate Nura Khalil appealed to the party s candidates and stakeholders not to relent in the effort to ensure total victory of the party in the state He added that the meeting was to appraise reports from the 34 Local Government Areas compiled by those he described as the party s foot soldiers They are naturally foot soldiers We assigned some responsibilities to them regarding mobilisation and contact of major stakeholders all over the state We are going to receive their reports today and then we discuss progress and if there is any identified problem we find the possible ways of resolving them The party s deputy governorship candidate Dr Muttaqha Rabe Darma said the NNPP was set to correct the anomalies in the state if elected into office in 2023 We should however be mindful of the various electoral laws and should not run afoul of them he advised NewsSourceCredit NAN
    NNPP cautions candidates against contravening campaign guidelines
     The Katsina State chapter of the New Nigeria Peoples Party NNPP has cautioned its 88 candidates for the 2023 general elections gainst contravening campaign guidelines set by INEC The party s Chairman in the state Alhaji Sani Liti said this during a meeting with the candidates and other stakeholders on Saturday in Katsina He advised them to adhere to the various guidelines concerning campaigns and follow the timetable issued by the Independent National Electoral Commission INEC Now that Nigerians have rejected the major leading political parties our party the NNPP is best placed to win the 2023 general elections My advice is that we should tidy up our end and be mindful of the various electoral laws particularly those guiding campaigns and the contents of the campaigns We should follow the INEC timetable for campaigns We should also engage on issues based campaigns With the calibre of our candidates and members including new members from the APC and the PDP we shall have a good showing in the elections he said Also speaking the party s governorship candidate Nura Khalil appealed to the party s candidates and stakeholders not to relent in the effort to ensure total victory of the party in the state He added that the meeting was to appraise reports from the 34 Local Government Areas compiled by those he described as the party s foot soldiers They are naturally foot soldiers We assigned some responsibilities to them regarding mobilisation and contact of major stakeholders all over the state We are going to receive their reports today and then we discuss progress and if there is any identified problem we find the possible ways of resolving them The party s deputy governorship candidate Dr Muttaqha Rabe Darma said the NNPP was set to correct the anomalies in the state if elected into office in 2023 We should however be mindful of the various electoral laws and should not run afoul of them he advised NewsSourceCredit NAN
    NNPP cautions candidates against contravening campaign guidelines
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    NNPP cautions candidates against contravening campaign guidelines

    The Katsina State chapter of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) has cautioned its 88 candidates for the 2023 general elections gainst contravening campaign guidelines set by INEC.

    The party’s Chairman in the state, Alhaji Sani Liti said this during a meeting with the candidates and other stakeholders on Saturday in Katsina.

    He advised them to adhere to the various guidelines concerning campaigns and follow the timetable issued by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

    “Now that Nigerians have rejected the major leading political parties, our party, the NNPP, is best placed to win the 2023 general elections. 

    “My advice is that we should tidy up our end and be mindful of the various electoral laws, particularly those guiding campaigns and the contents of the campaigns. 

    “We should follow the INEC timetable for campaigns.

    We should also engage on issues-based campaigns. 

    “With the calibre of our candidates and members including new members from the APC and the PDP, we shall have a good showing in the elections,” he said.

    Also speaking, the party’s governorship candidate, Nura Khalil appealed to the party’s candidates and stakeholders not to relent in the effort to ensure total victory of the party in the state.

    He added that the meeting was to appraise reports from the 34 Local Government Areas compiled by those he described as the party’s foot soldiers.

    “They are naturally foot soldiers.

    We assigned some responsibilities to them regarding mobilisation and contact of major stakeholders all over the state.

    “We are going to receive their reports today, and then we discuss progress, and if there is any identified problem we find the possible ways of resolving them.

    ” The party’s deputy governorship candidate, Dr Muttaqha Rabe-Darma said the NNPP was set to correct the anomalies in the state, if elected into office in 2023. “We should, however, be mindful of the various electoral laws and should not run afoul of them,” he advised.


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  •  New Nigeria People s Party NNPP has expressed concern over the the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU since six months ago The NNPP Chairman in Katsina State Alhaji Sani Liti expressed the concern on Friday in Katsina while addressing newsmen on the party s agenda According to Liti the situation is worrisome and becomes necessary for them to show their concerns because it has forced over 10 million students to remain redundant at home He therefore suggested that the All Progressives Congress APC and Peoples Democratic Party PDP should sacrifice the funds they realised from the sales of nomination forms to settle the ASUU s claims If the more than 10 million young Nigerians are allowed to continue to remain at home we ask Nigerians to start an ASUU back to Class contributory fund We believe that Nigerians shall contribute money to ASUU and have them return to classes Should 60 million Nigerians contribute N1 000 only the total money should be about N60 billion Political parties especially PDP and APC should sacrifice all their income from the sale of forms estimated to be over N30 billion to ASUU In addition the major candidates Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and Mr Bola Tinubu should also sacrifice half of the amount they expended during the convention of their political parties he suggested Meanwhile Liti said that the political processes and the money used by the political parties and politicians from February to August was estimated to consume twice the amount for ASUU s demand to reopen schools He advised government that for the country s economy to improve and within the remaining time the government has it must be able to control politicians excessive use and abuse of the Naira On security issues the NNPP Chairman said it had become necessary for the people to embark on a special prayer session as one of the best alternatives to resolve the problem It is thus important for the people of Katsina to devise local means of protecting themselves including local intelligence gathering ways of avoiding bandits attack on their vIllages and several other means they may devise They should deploy the greatest weapon that is available to them which prayer is one We therefore urge every grown up person who has the ability to fast at least once a week and ask God to help us overcome the rising insecurity in Katsina State and Nigeria In this respect we shall call for a state prayer every month The monthly Katsina state prayer session wIll begin this month God willing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    NNPP worries over prolonged ASUU strike, says chairman
     New Nigeria People s Party NNPP has expressed concern over the the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU since six months ago The NNPP Chairman in Katsina State Alhaji Sani Liti expressed the concern on Friday in Katsina while addressing newsmen on the party s agenda According to Liti the situation is worrisome and becomes necessary for them to show their concerns because it has forced over 10 million students to remain redundant at home He therefore suggested that the All Progressives Congress APC and Peoples Democratic Party PDP should sacrifice the funds they realised from the sales of nomination forms to settle the ASUU s claims If the more than 10 million young Nigerians are allowed to continue to remain at home we ask Nigerians to start an ASUU back to Class contributory fund We believe that Nigerians shall contribute money to ASUU and have them return to classes Should 60 million Nigerians contribute N1 000 only the total money should be about N60 billion Political parties especially PDP and APC should sacrifice all their income from the sale of forms estimated to be over N30 billion to ASUU In addition the major candidates Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and Mr Bola Tinubu should also sacrifice half of the amount they expended during the convention of their political parties he suggested Meanwhile Liti said that the political processes and the money used by the political parties and politicians from February to August was estimated to consume twice the amount for ASUU s demand to reopen schools He advised government that for the country s economy to improve and within the remaining time the government has it must be able to control politicians excessive use and abuse of the Naira On security issues the NNPP Chairman said it had become necessary for the people to embark on a special prayer session as one of the best alternatives to resolve the problem It is thus important for the people of Katsina to devise local means of protecting themselves including local intelligence gathering ways of avoiding bandits attack on their vIllages and several other means they may devise They should deploy the greatest weapon that is available to them which prayer is one We therefore urge every grown up person who has the ability to fast at least once a week and ask God to help us overcome the rising insecurity in Katsina State and Nigeria In this respect we shall call for a state prayer every month The monthly Katsina state prayer session wIll begin this month God willing NewsSourceCredit NAN
    NNPP worries over prolonged ASUU strike, says chairman
    Education2 months ago

    NNPP worries over prolonged ASUU strike, says chairman

    New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) has expressed concern over the the ongoing strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) since six months ago.  

    The NNPP Chairman in Katsina State, Alhaji Sani Liti, expressed the concern on Friday in Katsina while addressing newsmen on the party’s agenda.  

    According to Liti, the situation is worrisome, and becomes necessary for them to show their concerns because it has forced over 10 million students to remain redundant at home.  

    He therefore suggested that the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) should sacrifice the funds they realised from the sales of nomination forms to settle the ASUU’s claims.  

    “If the more than 10 million young Nigerians are allowed to continue to remain at home, we ask Nigerians to start an ‘ASUU back to Class’ contributory fund.  

    “We believe that Nigerians shall contribute money to ASUU and have them return to classes.

    Should 60 million Nigerians contribute N1,000 only, the total money should be about N60 billion.  

    “Political parties, especially PDP and APC, should sacrifice all their income from the sale of forms, estimated to be over N30 billion to ASUU.  

    “In addition, the major candidates, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and Mr Bola Tinubu should also sacrifice half of the amount they expended during the convention of their political parties,” he suggested.  

    Meanwhile, Liti said that the political processes and the money used by the political parties and politicians from February to August, was estimated to consume twice the amount for ASUU’s demand to reopen schools.  

    He advised government that for the country’s economy to improve, and, within the remaining time the government has, it must be able to control politicians’ excessive use and abuse of the Naira.  

    On security issues, the NNPP Chairman said it had become necessary for the people to embark on a special prayer session as one of the best alternatives to resolve the problem.  

    “It is, thus, important for the people of Katsina to devise local means of protecting themselves, including local intelligence gathering, ways of avoiding bandits’ attack on their vIllages and several other means they may devise.  

    “They should deploy the greatest weapon that is available to them, which prayer is one.  

    “We therefore, urge every grown-up person, who has the ability, to fast at least once a week and ask God to help us overcome the rising insecurity in Katsina State and Nigeria.  

    “In this respect, we shall call for a state prayer every month.

    The monthly Katsina state prayer session wIll begin this month, God willing.

    ”  
    NewsSourceCredit: NAN