A chieftain of New Nigeria People’s Party, (NNPP), Ambassador Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo has declared that the failure of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) is an opportunity for the NNPP to win the 2027 general elections.
Oguntoyinbo said that the failure of APC to meet the yearnings and aspirations of Nigerians will open the door for the NNPP in 2027.
The NNPP chieftain made these declarations on Tuesday.
He spoke on the heel of the NNPP victory in the two State Assembly re-run election conducted on Saturday in Kano state.
The NNPP chieftain while speaking, said that the NNPP is working very hard and will win the 2027 presidential election.
Oguntoyinbo said that Nigerians are disappointed with the manner the APC is ruling the country.
He maintained that an average Nigerian is waiting patiently for 2027 to remove APC from power.
He said the APC failure to develop Nigeria and the high level of corruption being unveiled at the federal level will buoyed the chances of NNPP in 2027.
He urged APC members to prepare for a paradigm shift towards NNPP.
The NNPP chieftain while speaking further, stressed that the APC has failed the nation.
He said, “It is not just about political power but addressing fundamental challenges confronting the country, which the APC have not been able to confront frontally.
“In a visionary move set for 2027, NNPP is gearing up to confront a myriad of challenges, ushering in a new era of progress and transformation. Key focuses include combating corruption, fostering national unity amid ethnic tensions, and addressing infrastructure deficiencies.
“The party’s comprehensive plan also targets education reform, security concerns, environmental issues, youth unemployment, healthcare, agricultural reforms, and bridging the digital divide.
“NNPP aims to build a resilient and progressive nation by promoting transparency, inclusivity, and sustainable development.
“NNPP, steadily gaining momentum, is expected to leverage on this opportunity to strengthen its position in the political arena. The party’s leadership is going to intensify efforts to attract prominent figures from other political affiliations, capitalizing on the discontent and desire for change”.