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Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM

Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM

Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM

Former Governor of Kano State and Minister of Defense, Musa Rabiu Kwankwaso have merged to challenge the ruling All Progress Congress and the People Democratic Party in the 2023 election.

The former governors said they had formed The National Movement (TNM) party because the ruling party and the opposition party have nothing to offer Nigerians.

Who formed TNM party?

The new political party was formed by the immediate past governor of Kano State, Senator Rabiu Musa K Kwankwaso, and others.

The list of 10 former Governors who formed The National Movement party:

  1. HE Rabiu Kwankwaso, Kano
  2. HE Captain Idris Wada, Kogi
  3. HE Lucky Ignedion, Edo
  4. HE Adamu Alero, Kebbi
  5. HE Saminu Turaki, Jigawa
  6. HE Donald Duke, Cross River
  7. HE Liyal Imoke, Cross River
  8. HE Abdulfatah Ahmed, Kwara
  9. HE Serika Dicson, Bayelsa
  10. HE Murtal Nyako, Adamawa

Mr Tinubu’s All Progressive Congress (APC) supporters said the Jagaban would get a ticket in the new party if his current party fail to give him.

Kwankwaso was a member of the PDP and APC.

He stated recently that the PDP and APC do not have anything to offer Nigerians.

Read everything about the TNM party below.

Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM
Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM
Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM
Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM
Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM
Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM
Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM
Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM
Kwankwaso New Party: Everything You Need To Know About The TNM
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