2023: Why I didn’t step down for Peter Obi — Kwankwaso


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Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso, the leader of the NNPP and a candidate for the position of president in the upcoming 2o23 general election in February, has discussed with the BBC on reasons he did not step down for Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP)

NewsWireNGR reports that in July 2022, there were discussions of a merger between the NNPP and the LP, but the merger became “dead and buried” to the inability of the two parts to agree on who will be the flagbearer and vice.

In the interview with BBC, Kwankwaso said that he is more experienced than Obi.

He stated; “I have done various jobs; I worked for the government for 17 years, he did not do it, I became the deputy speaker of the House of Representatives, he did not do it. Even our education, if you look at it, you will see it’s not the same.”

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