Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, the presidential candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP), has promised to protect Nigerians from banditry, terrorism, and kidnapping if he is elected president of Nigeria in February 2023.
As part of his campaign, he said that all levels of education, from secondary school through college, would be provided at no cost to families.
At a rally in Lafia, the ex-governor of Kano State made this claim.
He argued that the people of Nigeria owe it to themselves to remove the APC from power after all they’ve been through at the hands of criminals, terrorists, and bandits.
“Who is happy with the price of commodities in the market; who is happy with the kidnapping and endless killing of citizens in Nigeria; so vote APC out,” he urged his supporters.
Alhaji Abdullahi Yakubu Maidoya, the NNPP candidate for governor of Nasarawa State, began his speech by saying that the people of Nasarawa State are sick of living “under bandage in the hands of wrong leaders.”
He voiced confidence that the NNPP would be well received in the state and his candidature for governor, and he urged the people to elect him.
The NNPP governorship candidate claimed that his party was the only one capable of permanently improving Nigeria.