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Kaduna NNPP chairman resigns

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Kaduna NNPP chairman resigns

Ben Kure, the Kaduna State chairman of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), announced on Thursday that he has resigned from the position due to the party’s decline.

Although Kure has high admiration for the party’s presidential candidate, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, he stated Kwankwaso is no longer a party member during a news conference on Thursday in Kaduna.

Kure highlighted that the NNPP is not fully established in Kaduna State while declaring his desire to leave the party and that one cannot administer the party while running for governor.

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He said that numerous party members had resigned due to self-centeredness and added that he had contributed enough to the party’s growth despite his decision to resign.

Kure, who expressed regret for his experiences as the party’s chairman, claimed he was no longer involved with the executives.

“I, therefore, wish to inform you and all my supporters and associates that I have resigned as the Kaduna State chairman of NNPP and I am no longer a member of the party. I will take a rest, reflect on my political future and inform the public appropriately,” he said.

Kaduna NNPP chairman resigns

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