The National Leadership of the New Nigeria People’s Party, (NNPP) has extended the tenure of the Ogun State Caretaker Chairman of the party, Hon. Prince Ibrahim Adekunle by three months with effect from July 27, 2023.
The party in a letter with Reference No NNPP/HQRTS/ ADM/3/4 dated July 27, 2023 addressed to Adekunle and signed by the Acting National Chairman, Abba Kawu Alli and the National Secretary, Dipo Olayokuand made available to journalists on Thursday, said it is delighted to convey the decision of the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party to extend his tenure as the Chairman Caretaker Committee for NNPP in Ogun State by another three months.
According to the letter, “Your new appointment takes effect from July 28, 2023. You are expected to use this period to continue to work towards putting the party on a strong footing in the State Accept our hearty congratulations”.
In a similar development, the party has also written a letter dated Friday, August 2, 2023 to inform the Independent National Electoral Commission,( INEC) about the development.
In the letter addressed to the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) titled: “Letter of Introduction”, the party informed the country’s electoral umpire that the National Working Committee (NWC) of NNPP at its meeting on July, 2023 approved the extension of the appointment of Hon. Prince Ibrahim Adekunle as the Chairman, Caretaker Committee of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) in Ogun State for three months with effect from July 28, 2015.
The party said the decision to appoint Adekunle as the Ogun State Caretaker Chairman followed the expulsion of the former Chairman, Comrade Sunday Olaposi Oginni for anti-Party activities and the dissolution of the State Executives under him.
The party called on INEC to accord Adekunle the due recognition and assistance he deserved.
With this development, it has laid to rest the authentic Chairman of the party in person of Prince Ibrahim Adekunle while Olaposi Sunday Oginni remained expelled as well confirming the dissolution of the executives under Oginni at state, local government and ward levels.