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The acting chairman of the New Nigeria People's Party NNPP, Audu Ade has said candidature of Hon  Aminu .A. Liman in Taraba North Senatorial district would boost the electoral fortunes of the party in the state.

Audu Ade said this when A. A Liman who is the party's candidate in Taraba North Senatorial district met with the state leaders of the party at the secretariat to strengthen their relationship and seek permission to launch his senatorial campaign for the 2023 general elections.


Speaking before the state executives of the party, A.A. Liman thanked the acting chairman, Audu Ade, and the entire leadership of the party for the great mobilization of members into the party and the inspiring reception he received after he was given the flag in Bauchi to run for the 2023 general election. 


"I have no doubt that the faces I see here today are focused and determined people, people who are ready to change the narratives for the collective good of Taraba North and the entire state, and people who are ready to give everything for NNPP to win and therefore I definitely want to say that my  loyalty is unquestionable, that there are no cracks in the NNPP in Taraba state and that we will work together to ensure that the NNPP not only wins all contested seats, but it will also be the best and most admirable ruling party in Taraba state's poltical history, he said."


In addition, the Taraba North Senatorial candidate of the New Nigeria People's Party charged the party's state executives to take advantage of the two disorganized parties embroiled in litigation and save the people of Taraba North and Tarabans by mobilizing people to vote NNPP en masse during elections for a more prosperous future. 


In attendance were his Director General campaign, Hon. Muhammad Dan Atiku, party leaders, and members of the A.A. Liman campaign organization.

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