NNPP North West zonal women leader resigns

The Northwest Zonal Women Leader of the New Nigerian Peoples Party, Aisha Ahmed Kaita, on Tuesday, resigned her appointment.

Kaita announced her resignation at a news conference on Tuesday in Kano State, saying it was voluntary.

However, she pointed out that she is still retaining her party membership.

She lamented that since the formation of the NNPP government in Kano, her followers, who supported the electoral victory of the government, have not been carried along in terms of appointment or consultation.

She said, “Yesterday, I informed the national leader of NNPP and Kwankwasiyya Movement, Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, of my decision to step aside from my position as the Northwest Zonal Women leader.

“He asked me if there was a problem with my actions, but I told him I was still a party member, but I needed to step down from my position as the Zonal Women leader.

“I am a staunch supporter of Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, and I was in his camp in APC, PDP, and currently NNPP.”

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