Prof. Rufa’I Ahmed Alkali has resigned his post as the National Chairman of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP).
Vougely cited the need for restructuring of the party for successes in the near future elections, Prof. Rufa’I said, ”Our great party, the New Nigeria People’s Party will require major and fundamental structural and systemic changes and reorganization at all levels of the party in order to strengthen its base, improve its operational capabilities and generally enhance its competitive advantage over and above all the other 17 political parties on the INEC nominal roll”.
DAILY COMMERCE observed that Rufa’I could be demoralised by the poor performance of the NNPP in the just concluded general elections because it’s unpopular to electorate especially prior to 2023, thanks to Sen. Rabiu Kwankwaso, the Presidential Candidate whose personal influence gave the party edge to win a majority of elections in Kano State including governorship.
In a letter titled “Letter of Stepping Aside from the post of National chairman, New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP)” dated 31st March, 2023 Prof. Rufa’I said the resignation is in the best interest of the Party so that numerous changes can be made for their success in 2027 General elections.
According to the letter which was copied to the National leader of the party, Sen. Kwankwaso, Chairman Board of Trustees (BoT) Elder Chief Boniface Aniebonam and BoT’s Secretary Engr. Buba Galadima, Professor Rufa’I pledge to remain loyal to and a bonafide member of the NNPP.