2023: CNG Remains Neutral, Advocate for Good Governance



Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the Coalition of Northern Groups says it remains neutral.

The CNG also added that the attention of the has been drawn to media publications going round that the CNG has said “Okowa can’t guarantee PDP victory” and purportedly recommended one Dr Ibrahim Bello-Dauda as the preferred Vice Presidential candidate for the All Progressives Congress (APC).

In a statement signed by Samaila Musa,
Director of Strategic Communications of the CNG, the group, said:

“CNG wishes to unequivocally make it abundantly clear that has not been the position of the CNG as a powerful organisation that remains to its core principles of neutrality and always advocates for good governance and quality leadership.
Consequently, the CNG asserts: That CNG is neither pro APC nor Pro PDP; or any political party for that matter and does not condemn or recommend any candidate or running mate for any political party.

” That CNG, during its last meeting or at any other engagement, neither discussed nor condemned choice of Okowa as the VP to the PDP Presidential Candidate.

“The Group does not know or have any relationship whatsoever with one Dr Ibrahim Bello-Dauda, hence, does not recommend or prefer him as VP candidate for the APC,” it said.

The group called on the media to always verify the veracity and authenticity of any statement before going to press.

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