• Mon. Feb 26th, 2024

New Nigeria Peoples Party Responds To Loss In Taraba State Governorship Election 2023

In a startling revelation, the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) attributes its loss in the Taraba State governorship election of 2023 to what they describe as a discrepancy between the earthly and spiritual realms.

According to Dr. Aniebonam, the founder of NNPP, the loss is perceived as a result of a failure in the justice system, where the registrar of the tribunal allegedly withheld vital records of proceedings from both the appeal court and the supreme Court. This, in the eyes of NNPP, has compromised the justice system and impacted the outcome of the election.

The party contends that those who believed they emerged victorious are, in fact, the true losers as the divine justice system did not prevail. Dr. Aniebonam specifically points to the registrar of the tribunal, accusing them of obstructing the transparency of the legal process.

Under these circumstances, the NNPP asserts that both the appeal court and the supreme Court are left with a foundation built on nothing, making it challenging for them to make informed decisions regarding the justice system of the supreme being.

Despite the setback, Dr. Aniebonam highlights the reactive nature of the “God of the New Nigeria Peoples Party,” emphasizing its responsiveness to injustices against individuals, society, and even the deceased.

In a concluding statement, the NNPP founder expresses a forward-looking perspective, urging supporters to focus on the emergence of a new Nigeria that aligns with their hopes and dreams. The mantra of “new hope for Nigeria” is presented as the guiding principle for the party’s future endeavors.

Dr. Aniebonam signs off with a blessing for everyone in Nigeria and friends of Nigeria, leaving the nation to look ahead to a future shaped by the ideals and aspirations of the New Nigeria Peoples Party.

Hyacinth Beluchukwu Nwafor

Hyacinth Beluchukwu Nwafor is a seasoned journalist and the CEO/Founder Belch Digital Communications, publishers of Hybrid News Nigeria.

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