Bukar Abba Ibrahim foundation and Bass Books will be remembered always for presenting a book like ‘Poorlitics’ in an era of ‘Not Too Young To Run’,. The book was launched on Monday, 23rd July, 2018, in Sheraton Hotel Abuja, at exactly 10a.m. Aspiring politicians will do well to look at the politics of Bukar Abba Ibrahim and how he challenged and defeated powerful political leaders to become a Governor. His methods which he describes as ‘Poorlitics’ in his new book was also used by many of our most successful politicians. Those who wants to run for office are pre-occupied with making money because of the false belief they need huge amounts of money in a money-oriented political system which holds many back from venturing into politics. The secret of Politics was revealed by Bukar in his book ‘Poorlitics’, as he first ran for Governor at the age of 42, with just 20, 000 in 1991, against powerful opponents with godfathers, branded vehicles and thugs. He just had friends, with their cars and the people. The people he help provided the funds. The people fought attempts to rig him out and he won with landslide. Since then, Bukar has become one of the most successful Nigerian Politicians. He has been elected Governor three times in free and fair elections. He has also been elected Senator 3times. He has a wife who has been a commissioner, House of Reps member three times and presently a Minister. Bukar campaign with little funds and no thugs. He left a Legacy of Zero political thuggery in Yobe state. Many people have wondered about the secret of his success. He wrote the ‘Poorlitics’ to explain how he did it. With the people fully behind you, you do not need much money, thugs or godfathers to succeed in politics. Nigeria needs new approach to politics, which is generally seen as costly investment. With ‘Poorlitics’, elections cost less as the people raise funds to support you. The book explains in detail how this can be done by any aspiring politician through studying and emulating the life and political experiences of Bukar, and other great progressive political icons recorded in the book.