The Coalition of United Political Parties, CUPP said it is now repositioned to provide vibrant opposition and profer alternative policies to the current government, stressing that Nigeria is in dire need of purposefully opposition.
It also stated that it is better restructured to capture power in the 2023 election.
In a communique by it’s secretary, steering committee, High Chief Peter Ameh and Bar Georgina Dakpokpo deputy secretary, steering committee after it’s emergency meeting in Abuja and made available to newsmen said the meeting was held to address the socio economic situation in the country and to reposition the CUPP ahead of 2023 election.
“Consequent upon repeated calls by Stakeholders for a General
Assembly of all Members and Stakeholders of the CUPP, the Secretariat
found it necessary to take heed to these concerned calls and summoned
an emergency meeting”
The communique further explained that ” the motive for the long drawn inactivity was to ensure that CUPP remained unified and indivisible towards repositioning for the 2023.
“Another common line in the discussions was the need to rebrand and reposition the CUPP towards clinching power in 2023 for the benefit of all partners and for the development of our beloved Nation.
“That Nigeria undoubtedly is in dire need of an opposition movement and to this end, the CUPP be repositioned from a
combatant opposition to an opposition that is purposeful, result oriented, focused, demand driven and providing alternative views to correct what is wrong with government in Nigeria-opposing policies that are not good for our country”
A seven man committee headed by Alhaji Abdulsalam Abdulkadir was established to review the activities of the CUPP
and draw a roadmap towards the 2023