ANPP: BOT Member Resigns ,Says Party Not A Viable Opposition



By Osaretin Ekiadolor
Ahead of the 2013 Area Council election in the FCT,  a member, Board of Trustees of the All Nigerian ,  ANPP ,also  a  founding member of the in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Isah Yahaya has resigned his membership of the as well as its   Board of Trustees, BOT  .

Yahaya made his resignation known through a letter addressed the Chairman of the  did not offer specific reasons for his resignation but told reporters that the has failed stabilize; move or a viable opposition status in the FCT.
“I Yahaya Isah, a founding member of All Nigeria ANPP FCT Abuja and four time chairmanship Candidate of the ANPP in Bwari Area Council, presently member of the Board of Trustees BOT representing the Federal Capital Territory, FCT Abuja for obvious reasons, hereby, formally resign as member of the Board of Trustees and consequently, resign my membership from the All Nigeria Party, ANPP” his resignation letter  said.

Speaking reporters, Isa said his resignation from the party would enable him move in his political career. He pointed out that it was also in response pressure from members of the party trust in his leadership and demanded he aligns himself with a platform from which he can make a significant difference in the lives of the people of Bwari.

According him politics is a game of  and with the  opinion of the followership , it would amount political suicide if he ignores the demand of his followers have entrusted him with their confidence lead them politically.
“My system of politics in any circumstance goes with ’ opinion. Anything I do  has to represent the view and the of the people. And at the same time, if you see the way the ANPP has been going in the past 13 years all my contemporaries with whom we established the ANPP in Abuja are still in the party. The party could neither move nor stabilize; the party could not even its status as a viable opposition, yet it is not a ruling party,”Yahaya said.
“In my mind, if the party is not a ruling party, it ought to take its place as a viable opposition that would rival the ruling party with a view to making   improve for the people for and development of the society. A situation where the party fails to be any of these ,then you can see that there is  a . That is why ANPP continues  to drag down and down,”he said
“As a leader with a passion for the development of the society especially my constituency, Bwari Area Council, I should have some responsibility to offer to my people and if the ANPP is not giving that room .it is on the strength of that confidence that I have to seek an alternative platform ,” he averred.


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