In a strong rebuke, the Northern Patriotic Agenda (NPA) has condemned the purported call made by former presidential candidate Rabiu Kwankwaso, urging lawmakers to criticize the administration led by President Bola Tinubu.

Reports suggest that Kwankwaso had written a letter to all federal lawmakers affiliated with the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), instructing them to launch criticisms against Tinubu and the Federal Government regarding the Kano Emirate crisis.

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The letter, titled ‘Need for NNPP Federal Lawmakers to Make Urgent and Concerted Efforts to Immediately End the Siege on Kano State by Agents of the Federal Government,’ was allegedly signed by Dr. Ajuji Ahmed.

However, a faction of the NNPP, led by Chairman Dr. Agbo Major, has distanced itself from the letter, asserting that it lacked authorization from the party’s leadership.

During a press conference in Abuja on Tuesday, the NPA vehemently condemned Kwankwaso for his alleged actions, characterizing them as “a desperate attempt to salvage his diminishing political influence and a threat to government stability.”

Dr. Agabi Emmanuel, the convener of the group, addressed journalists at the briefing, stating, “We explicitly and unequivocally declare to Kwankwaso that he has made a grave error this time. We implore him to reconsider his actions, seek wise counsel, and make decisions that promote the well-being of the people.”

“It would be prudent for him, and his political career, to foster collaboration and unity by working harmoniously with President Tinubu’s administration, thus contributing to the nation’s prosperity and the welfare of its citizens,” continued Dr. Emmanuel.

“With his political tenure drawing to a close, it is imperative for him to establish a legacy that will be fondly remembered by future generations.
He should prioritize the nation’s well-being over personal political gain, avoiding leaving a trail of destruction in his wake,” concluded Dr. Emmanuel.