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NPNNational Phenology Network (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
NPNNewport News (Amtrak station code; Newport News, VA)
NPNNo Purchase Necessary
NPNNotes Public Network
NPNNegative Positive Negative
NPNNatural Product Number
NPNNational Performance Network (New Orleans, LA)
NPNNewport News (Virginia)
NPNNonprotein Nitrogen
NPNNew Party Nippon (political party; Japan)
NPNNew Plan Network
NPNNational Prevention Network
NPNNational Petroleum News (magazine)
NPNNational Producer Number (insurance)
NPNNegative-Positive-Negative (transistor)
NPNNational Party of Nigeria
NPNNational Provider Network
NPNNOAA Profiler Network (National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration)
NPNNo Part Number
NPNNature Photographers Network
NPNNo Point Necessary (forum)
NPNNon-Performing Note
NPNNeighborhoods Partnership Network (New Orleans, LA)
NPNNational Prayer Network
NPNNew Parents Network (Tucson, AZ)
NPNNational Peer Network
NPNNatural Parents Network (London, UK)
NPNNeuropathic Pain Network
NPNNew Public Network (Ascend)
NPNNational Professionals Network
NPNNashville Publishers Network (Nashville, TN)
NPNNotepager Net
NPNNederlands Pensioen- en Beleggingsnieuws
NPNNational Purchasing Network (Mechanicsburg, PA)
NPNNational Particulate Network
NPNNä Pua No'eau (Center for Gifted and Talented Native Hawaiian Children)
NPNNorth Pole Network
NPNNational Poultry News
NPNNational Physician Network
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With the contest for power by the National Party of Nigeria (NPN)-led federal government of President Shehu Shagari with its seat in Lagos and the Unity Party of Nigeria-led Lagos state government headed by Lateef Jakande, Lagos became a hot testing ground for the might of politics.
Whereas one was favourably disposed to the conservative politics of the National Party of Nigeria (NPN), the other embraced the progressive and radically minded Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN), both preferring, however, to always respect and accommodate the views, perspectives and loyalties of each other, without affecting the bonds of their blood relationship.
The 1979 elections were essentially a contest between Shagari's National Party of Nigeria (NPN) and Obafemi Awolowo's Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN).
OlusolaSaraki and the then chairman of the ruling National Party of Nigeria (NPN), the late Chief Augustus Meredith AdisaAkinloye, who accepted my request to hold a rally in Ado-Ekiti on Saturday, 11th of October 1980 where the Federal Government announced the citing of a Federal University of Technology in Ado-Ekiti to begin academic work in October 1981.
He held several posts in Nigeria, prominent among them was when he was elected the President of Nigeria on the platform of the defunct National Party of Nigeria (NPN) as the first and only president in the Second Republic under the presidential system of Government.
Even in the Second Republic when the National Party of Nigeria came to power, the situation only changed slightly.
'You will recall that Urhobo nation always allies with the ruling national political parties such as the National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons (NCNC), the National Party of Nigeria (NPN), the Social Democratic Party (SDP) and the People's Democratic Party (PDP) up till the 2003 elections.
He was State Chairman of the National Party of Nigeria (NPN) between 1981 and 1983, helping Dr.
According to him, following the crisis the late Oba had with the government over issue of bestowing honourary chieftaincy titles on prominent people, which the government insisted its permission must be sought, among others, the monarch whose popularity was less than 15 per cent was less than 15per cent amongst his subject because of his perceived romance with then ruling National Party of Nigeria (NPN) rose overnight.
Even the uncouth National Party of Nigeria of the second republic was circumspect in directing its tickets the money way.
In 1979, the National Party of Nigeria (NPN) had the majority in both chambers of the National Assembly, yet, the Speaker of the House of Representives was Rt Hon Edwin Ume-Ezeoke of the Nigeria People's Party (NPP).
The schema was on the platform of the defunct National Party of Nigeria (NPN).
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