Boniface Aniebonam is sole founder of NNPP (New Nigeria Peoples Party) in 2000, but became operational in 2001. Let’s know the date it was founded, slogan, members, wikipedia profile, chairman and secretary below.
Who Is The Founder of NNPP
The NNPP was set up in 2000 by, Boniface Aniebonam. However, the political party didn’t start running until 2001. The party’s job is to give Nigerians good government, and that’s what they’ve done so far. It is very different from most of the political parties you know. 
NNPP Executives – Members
|NNPP Full Name:||New Nigeria Peoples Party|
|National Chairman:||Prof. Rufai Ahmed Alkali|
|National Secretary:||Mr Dipo Olayoku|
|National Treasurer:||Alh. Sani Malam|
|National Financial Secretary:||Chief, Aneine Clement|
|National Legal Adviser:||Prof. Bem Angwe|
|Address:||11 Mahatma Gandhi Street, Area 11, Abuja, Nigeria|
|Phone Number:||08023216343, 08188600323|
|2023 Presidential Candidate:||Dr Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso (former Governor of Kano State, Nigeria)|
|Founder:||Dr Boniface Aniebonam|
|Slogan:||Peace, Equity & Progress|
|INEC Page:||inecnigeria.org |
He Handed Over The Party To Kwankwaso
In an exclusive interview with Daily Trust on Saturday, Dr. Boniface Aniebonam, the founder of the New Nigerian Peoples Party (NNPP), said that Dr. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso’s bravery in leaving the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to run for president of Nigeria on his party’s platform made him give it to him.
Aniebonam is hopeful that the former governor of Kano State will win the presidential election in 2023. However, he denied that he had control of the party and said that as chairman of the Board of Trustees, he was in charge of everyone else.
Why Top Politicians Are Joining NNPP
The “founder” of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), Boniface Aniebonam, says that the current flood of people leaving other political parties in the country to join the NNPP is a sign from God.
Mr. Aniebonam told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Lagos that Rabiu Kwankwaso, a former governor of Kano State, had brought high-ranking and many new members to the party in less than three months.
He said that the NNPP has been chosen by God to lead Nigeria into a new era. NAN says that many people left the PDP and joined the NNPP in Kano, Jigawa, Kaduna, and other places around the country.
PDP & APC Lawmakers
Ten PDP lawmakers and three APC lawmakers in Kano recently switched parties and joined the NNPP. On Friday, the deputy speaker of the Kano State House of Assembly, Zubairu Massu, and a few other former lawmakers also switched from the APC to the NNPP.
Also in Osun, Muslihudeen Adekilekun, a leader of the APC, said on Saturday that he had left the party and joined the NNPP. Ali Makoda, who is currently the Chief of Staff for Governor Abdullahi Ganduje, led other well-known politicians from Kano North to NNPP on Saturday.
Mr. Aniebonam told NAN that the NNPP has been around for 21 years and now has offices in every part of the country. He said that the party is “gradually becoming a movement” and asked Nigerians to join the winning team.
Aniebonam said, “We are the most beautiful bride in the North, and we want to grow to be the best choice for Nigerians everywhere.” He said that, as a party with a divine mandate, NNPP would make sure that its primaries were fair for everyone, including the newcomers.
Mr. Aniebonam told NAN that the party planned to change Nigeria from a “consumption nation” to a “producing state” in order to solve the country’s economic problems. He said that some of the problems the country is facing are caused by the fact that the country no longer makes all the things it needs.
The founder of the NNPP said that the best way to get young people involved was for Nigeria to stop being a country of consumers and start being a country of producers. He said that the NNPP was committed to putting Nigeria’s young people to work by reviving all of Nigeria’s dead industries.
Ambition In Education Sector
Mr. Aniebonam said that his party would put money into education and support both students and teachers. He said that the party would have the right kind of leadership to deal with most of the problems the country is facing right now.
Mr. Aniebonam said that women are wiser than men because they fear God. This is why the party is committed to giving women good representation in government, he said.
Mr. Aniebonam, on the other hand, said that not many women were running for office because “power is never served but taken.” He said that women who wanted to join the movement to make Nigeria a better place could use the NNPP platform.
He also said that the women no longer had to pay as much for nomination and interest forms. He said that a woman would run for governor in Ogun on the NNPP ticket, and there could be more than one.
“What we need to do more of now is give these women more power through appointments,” he said. “This will help them grow and get ready for elections.” References