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Igbo group backs Kwankwaso for president in 2019

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– Igbo pressure group says former governor of Kano state, Rabiu Kwankwaso, has the right credentials to move Nigeria forward

– The association says that Nigeria needs a vibrant leader with energy to turn things around – The National Coalition of Patriots for Positive Change (CSO) scores President Buhari high in the fight against insurgency Former governor of Kano state, Rabiu Kwankwaso, has been endorsed by the Amalgamated Igbo Political Pressure Group (AIPPG) for president in 2019.

Daily Trust reports that the group said its decision to endorse Kwankwaso was based on the conviction that the former Kano state governor had the right credentials to move Nigeria forward.

The national coordinator of AIPPG, Lady Rosemary Ukiwe, and national secretary of the group, Romanus Azubuike, in a signed statement noted that the achievements Kwankwaso recorded during his tenure as governor give him an advantage of leading Nigeria. “After careful consultation and screening of all the available aspirants from the North for the 2019 elections, we have come to the conclusion that Sen. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso is the most suitable person for the presidency of Nigeria,” the statement said.

The group argued that Nigeria needed a vibrant leader with energy to turn things around and that Kwankwaso was a bridge between the young and the old.

Listing areas where the administration has done well, the group said the present administration had recorded much success in the fight against insurgency. It said besides, the administration of President Buhari has also done extremely well in other critical areas of the economy that has earned Nigeria commendations from wide and far. The president of the group, Charles Mbani, in an address to journalists on Sunday, April 23, also scored the Buhari-led administration high on the war against corruption.

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