The Executive Committee and Stakeholders of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) in the North East zone have restated the expulsion of Dr. Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso from the NNPP, citing his alleged role in causing internal strife within the party. The communique, issued following the North East executive and stakeholders meeting held in Bauchi on Friday, pointed fingers at Kwankwaso for the party’s internal crisis and setbacks. The NNPP leadership in the North East also strongly reacted to the Appeal Court’s judgment in Abuja against NNPP and Kano State Governor Engr. Abba Kabir Yusuf. The communique, read by NNPP National Vice Chairman North, Dr Babayo Liman, vowed continued support for Governor Yusuf and urged NNPP members and supporters nationwide to provide maximum support and prayers. The meeting resolved to reaffirm the dissolution of the Abba Kawu Ali-led National Working Committee, expressed confidence in the founder and life member of the Board of Trustees, Dr Boniface Aniebonan, and confirmed the appointments of Dr. Tope Aluko as Chairman of the Board of Trustees and Engr. Mohammed Babayo Abdullahi as Secretary of the Board of Trustees, along with the appointment of the new NWC under the leadership of Dr Agbo Major. The meeting concluded by announcing the acting state party chairmen for the zone and the North-East Deputy National Chairman of the party.