Abacha’s CSO, Al-Mustapha launches new political party | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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Former Chief Security Officer to the late General Sani Abacha, Maj. Hamza Al-Mustapha has floated a new political party.


Al-Mustapha announced formally the party he called Green Party of Nigeria, GPN, in a statement on Thursday.

Al-Mustapha said in a brief statement, “Finally, the real people’s Party has landed. Please give praise to our Creator for rare beautiful gift to the people. The future is GPN and GPN is the Future.”

The party’s logo was also received from Al-Mustapha.

Recall that Maj. Hamza Al-Mustapha, a former Chief Security Officer of the late Gen. Sani Abacha, had in 2013 said he had no ambition to venture into politics or seek for political position in the country.

Al-Mustapha, who was standing trial for the murder of Kudirat Abiola, was discharged and acquitted by the Court of Appeal in 2013, resulting to heated controversies.

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  1. Nothing wont happen in Nigeria. One of the people that have history in destruction of the country in its own way is also having presidential ambition. Now they will pay this guy from nations money.

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  2. Even before he comes out, people have been celebrating and praising thieves, criminals and looters.

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  3. This is the corruptible chief security officer of late Sani Abacha, who makes a claim in 2013 that he didn't had intentions to venture in to polical ambition and who also standing trial for murder of late kudirat Ajibola falsely discharge and acquitted by the court of appeal in 2013, now claiming polical ambition to form a party for presidential ambition in Nigeria society, this total uncalled for and this is the sign of Nigerians political enemy in time of anti-gratf war against corruption.

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  4. These kind of fools that celebrate these thieves are no.1 Nigeria enemies. How could people be celebrating thieves and killers. Most Nigerian people don't know the damages they are doing to Nigeria and against unborn generation.

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  5. How, in a fleet of time, we so suddenly forget events of recent past!

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