By Blessing Nnabuife
The Delta State Kwankwasiyya Stakeholders have announced that all former structures of the state Kwankwasiyya Movement across the 25 local government areas of state are no longer in existence.
The stakeholders disclosed the information during the state stakeholders resolution meeting recently held at Osubi-Warri, Delta State.
They clearly stated that the New Nigerian People’s Party (NNPP) is out for development and ready to strive higher.
Speaking further in an address which was signed by the state leader, Chief Edward Ofomona, state chairman, Rev Ayoro Paradise, and the state secretary, Asiwaju Anthony O Eyekpimi, they revealed that after over nine years membership of the Kwankwasiyya Movement and extensive deliberation, the Delta State Kwankwasiyya Stakeholders resolved that all founding members and major stakeholders of the Delta State Kwankwasiyya Movement, led by Hon Chief Edward Ofomona resigned their membership of the movement.
The party has collapsed all former structures of the Delta State Kwankwasiyya Movement across the 25 local government areas of state into the main stream of our great party, the NNPP, led by Major Agbo.
The meeting condemned misbehaviour and insults meted on the founder of the party by the former NWC led by Alhj Abba Kawu Ali and passed a vote of confidence on the founder and life member of Board of Trustees, Dr Boniface Aniebuna and
spport all resolutions of the Board of Trustees of NNPP.
The dissolution of the then National Working Committee (NWC) led by Alhj Abba Kawu Ali, the election of a new Board of Trustees Chairman Chief Dr Tope Aluko and Engr Mohamed Babayo Abdullahi as Secretary, Board of Trustees, the appointment of a new National Working Committee headed by Dr Gilbert Major Agbo as the acting National Chairman and Hon Ogini Olaposi as the acting National Secretary respectively.
The meeting revolved and pledge allegiance and their total commitment to work and support the Major Agbo led National Working Committee (NWC)”.
The meeting was well attended by representatives from all the Ten Federal Constituency of the NNPP in the state.