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2023: Party summons presidential candidate for “slow preparations”



The Young Progressives Party (YPP) has summoned Malik Ado-Ibrahim to discuss plans for the 2023 election. Ado-Ibrahim is the party’s presidential candidate.
The party claims that members are dissatisfied with the presidential candidate’s preparations for the general elections in 2023.
According to a statement released on Sunday by the YPP National Secretary, Egbeola Wale-Martins, the decision to summon Ado-Ibrahim was made following the 20th meeting of the party’s NWC in Abuja.
He went on to say that the lack of communication between the presidential candidate, the party leadership, and the party’s organs appears to have slowed down preparations for next year’s elections and hindered the YPP’s anticipated success.
Additionally, the National Secretary stated that the party’s next course of action would be determined by the outcome of the presidential candidate’s briefing.
The statement begins with:The National Working Committee (NWC) has instructed the national secretary to summon the presidential candidate, Prince Malik Ado-Ibrahim, through official communication within seven working days after putting in so much effort to establish a political capital that should have made YPP the third force.
“He is scheduled to appear and discuss a number of issues, including, but not limited to, his blueprint and a comprehensive campaign plan for the upcoming presidential election in 2023, in order to swiftly harmonize and avoid working in opposition.
“It was also agreed upon unanimously that the outcome of the proposed engagement would assist the NWC in either adopting available strategies to make up for lost ground or taking difficult, well-informed actions in the interest of the party, our members, and all Nigerians,” according to the statement.
However, Wale-Martins urged YPP supporters at all levels to maintain their loyalty to the party and continue providing all necessary support.

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