Yesufu also stated that the expulsion of a group he labeled a dissident faction within the party has reinstated order within the NNPP.
Speaking at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos, Yesufu emphasized that there is no faction within the party and declared that the purported suspension of Dr. Musa Kwankwaso was a minor issue blown out of proportion.
He underscored that the NNPP remains unified and that the party's National Working Committee (NWC) acted appropriately in dealing with those who had allegedly suspended the National Leader of the party, Dr. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso.
He stressed that this action was inherently invalid due to the previous suspension of the dissident group approximately a month ago.
He encouraged Nigerians to continue placing their trust in the NNPP as the party capable of rescuing the nation from an uncertain future, with Dr. Rabiu Kwankwaso leading the way as the party's leader and advocate for this cause.
Yesufu concluded by stating that recent presidential and other polls do not accurately reflect the strength of the NNPP among the voting populace, reiterating the party's unwavering commitment to uplifting the less fortunate and providing hope and assistance to those in need.