By Sunday Ani

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Concerned by the lingering crisis in the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), members of the National Association of Government Approved Freight Forwarders (NAGAFF), has concluded plans to hold a prayer session for peace to be restored in the party.
The association will also pray for the party’s 2023 presidential candidate, Sen. Rabiu Kwankwaso, who was expelled by the party for anti party activities.
The NNPP is the brainchild of NAGAFF; an association founded by Dr Boniface Aniebonam.
A statement by the National Publicity Secretary of NAGAFF, Dr Clement Iwegbuna on Tuesday in Lagos, said the prayer session had been scheduled for Thursday, May 16.
Part of the statement read: “NAGAFF and its members as the parent body of the NNPP under the leadership of Boniface Aniebonam, shall continue to appreciate and remember the role played by senator Rabiu musa Kwankwaso in the 2023 general election.
“It is our hope that God shall intervene in the internal wranglings in the party, and also give Sen. Kwankwaso the wisdom to retrace his steps in the issues concerning the party, and his role therein.
” When the odds were against us in Kano State governorship election at the tribunal and appeal court, we ran to God for intervention at the Supreme Court, and He answered us.
“It is our hope and belief that God will answer us again at this trying period of internal crisis.
“Accordingly, all members of NAGAFF nationwide, are to join us in prayers, and together, we shall forge ahead to elect a great leader in Nigeria at God’s own time.”