Again 300 APC members dump party for NNPP in Bauchi


About 300 members of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Bauchi State have again defected to New Nigerian People’s Party

NNPP chairman Bogoro LGA branch in Bauchi State, Mr Andrew Simon received the decampees in Boi Ward.

Simon added that the defectors’ decision to dump APC followed the ruling party’s failure to provide meaningful development in Nigeria

He stressed that NNPP doors were open and was ready to welcome Nigerians to its fold, saying “the party remains a panacea in 2019.”

The chairman urged supporters of the existing political parties to collapsed into NNPP to rescue people from the leadership tyranny of APC under President Buhari

It could be called that about 500 APC members had dumped the party for NNPP in same Boi ward recently.

Leader of the decampees, Mr Philip Adamu said they were happy to join the NNPP. They accused the APC of making empty promise.

“We are back home unlike what we suffered from the hands of APC who had no vision and mission even when they were voted into power”, said Adamu.


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