60 days to the 2023 general elections, Adekunle Razaq Aderibigbe, the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) Lagos State House of Assembly candidate for the Ikorodu Constituency 1, says his party is not overly concerned about large-scale campaigns because it has deployed a novel way of engaging electorate.
“My party is obviously being received as a new and best alternative party, hence not campaigning the traditional way of inviting folks and loved ones to a stadium for jamboree but rather we have decided to register our presence as a party in various states opening and launching of secretariats.
“We have been meeting with various stakeholders to take their concerns and communicate our inclusive agenda to provide an enabling environment for all to promote equity.
“Nevertheless, we still have the months of January and February to emphasise our manifesto for the general elections.
“We are very concerned, and we have strategically designed our roadmap to attain victory come February 25 and March 11, 2023,” Aderibigbe said.