Director Naja’atu Bala Muhammad has left the Bola Tinubu 2023 presidential campaign.
She served as the All Progressives Congress’s presidential campaign council’s director of civil society.
One month before the presidential election, 67-year-old Naja’atu announced his resignation.
She was appointed a Commissioner of the Police Service Commission by President Muhammadu Buhari in 2018.
Naja’atu lamented the status of the country in her resignation letter to Abdullahi Adamu, the national chairman of the APC.
The lawmaker claimed that current political and democratic developments prevent her from continuing to take part in party politics.
The challenges that Nigeria is currently facing demand me to continue leading the fight for a better country while maintaining my moral integrity, she said.
The activist quit the scene after realizing that her morals and convictions were no longer in line with party policies, according to a statement she released on Saturday.
Platforms, according to Naja’atu, are “robes that politicians wear to satisfy their personal demands and interests” and have no ideological distinctions.
“I have made a commitment to helping people who are genuinely interested in finding solutions to our problems. One must be willing to make audacious and determined decisions in order to uphold such commitments.
The statement regretted that citizens continued to experience access barriers, poverty, inequality, and insecurity.
According to Naja’atu, the issues call for the coordinated efforts of capable and patriotic leadership at all levels of government.
Hajiya Naja, as she is affectionately known, urged Nigerians to be “conscious of the ramifications of their decisions and their choices” before 2023.
She asked in November that Aisha Buhari, the first lady, be charged with a crime for imprisoning Aminu Mohammed, a final-year student at the Federal University of Dutse.