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All you need to know about the 21 new political parties in Nigeria (Logos Included)

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INEC and the new political parties in Nigeria.
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The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has approved and issued a certificate of registration to 21 more political parties in Nigeria. This brings the total number of registered political parties in the country to 68.

Prof. Mahmud Yakubu, the Chairman of INEC said the plurality of political parties is good for the country’s democracy and these new parties are now formally part of the electoral process in the country.

The Hon. Chairman INEC, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, presented certificate of Registration to Twenty-one (21) Newly Registered Political Parties today at the Commissions headquarters, Abuja.
” The number of political parties is good for plural democracy however political parties must cooperate with the commission for a successful election,” the INEC chair said.
“For the 21 new political parties, it is pertinent to always remember that your certificates of registration not only formalize your status as political parties but also confer obligations on you to operate within the requirements of the law at all times.”
Majority of the new political parties have a regional scope and outlook. Hence, All Progressive Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) are still the big wigs in Nigerian politics.
 These are details of the new 21 political parties plus the Socialist Democracy Party that was also issued a certificate of registration.

1. All Blending Party (ABP)

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All Blending Party (ABP)

 (ABP)

National Party Secretariat: Plot 614, Zone B, Apo Resettlement, FCT Abuja, Nigeria

Chairman: Hon. Moses Godia Shipi

2. All Grassroots Alliance (AGA)

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All Grassroots Alliance (AGA)

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: Suites 23A-25A Kaitta Mafayas Office Complex, Zone 4, Gwagwalada, FCT. Abuja

Chairman: Hon. Dr. Olukayode Oshiariyo

3. Alliance for New Nigeria

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Alliance for New Nigeria

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: 20, Durban Street, Wuse 11, Abuja

Chairman: Dr. Jay Osi Samuel

4. Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party

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Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: Plot 1483, Km 27, Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Carriage way, Airport Road Lugbe Ext., Abuja

Chairman: Tope Kolade Fasua

5. Coalition for Change

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Coalition for Change

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: Block 3, No. 49 Lake Chad Crescent, Maitama, Abuja

Chairman: RT. Hon. Dr. Geff Chizee Ojinika

6. Freedom and Justice Party

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Freedom and Justice Party

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: Glass House 3 & 4 Anon Plaza Gudu District, FCT, Abuja

Chairman: Dr. Onwubuya John Abraham

7. Grassroots Development Party of Nigeria

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Grassroots Development Party of Nigeria

 (INEC)

 

National Party Secretariat: Nino House, No. 1, Engr. Linus Okpebholo Street, Off Bwari Dutse, FCT

Chairman: Amb. Odion Cedrack Okpebholo

8. Justice Must Prevail Party

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Justice Must Prevail Party

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: No. 2 Calabar Street, Opp Naval Headquarter, Area 7, Garki, Abuja

Chairman: Dr. (Mrs) Sarah Nnadzwa Jubril

9. Legacy Party of Nigeria

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Legacy Party of Nigeria

 (INEC)

 

National Party Secretariat: Flat 4, No 47 Yaounde Street, Zone 6, Wuse, Abuja

Chairman: Ahmed Mustpha Wushishi

10. Mass Action Joint Alliance

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Mass Action Joint Alliance

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: House No. 24, Road 15, Efab City Estate, Life Camp, Abuja

Chairman: Chief Mrs. Chika Ibeneme

11. Modern Democratic Party

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Modern Democratic Party

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: Suite B19 Discovery Mall Adeola Adetokunbo Wuse 11, Abuja

Chairman: Adebukunyi Olateru-Olagbeg

12. National Interest Party

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National Interest Party

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: Suite 101, NCWS Building, Area 11, Garki, FCT, Abuja

Chairman: Atuedide Eunice Uche Julian

13. National Rescue Mission

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National Rescue Mission

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: Plot 188 American International School Rd, Off Oladipo Diva Express way by Games Village, Durumi District, Abuja

Chairman: Sen. Saidu Muhammed Dansadau

14. New Progressive Movement

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New Progressive Movement

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: Hillside Plaza, 2nd Floor, Room A202 AYA Junction, Asokoro, Abuja

Chairman: Mustapha Bala Getso

15. Nigeria Democratic Congress Party

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Nigeria Democratic Congress Party

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: 28 Tunis Street Wuse Zone 6, Abuja

Chairman: Charles Idehen

16. Peoples Alliance for National Development and Liberty

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Peoples Alliance for National Development and Liberty

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: 9 Abdou Diof Off Kwame Nkruma St, Asokoro, Abuja, Nigeria

Chairman: Amb. Abah Lewis Elaigwu

17. Peoples Trust

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Peoples Trust

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: No address

Chairman: Ahmed Muhammad Sani

18. Providence People’s Congress

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Providence People’s Congress

 (INEC)

 

National Party Secretariat: No address

Chairman: Benson Adeton

19. Re-Build Nigeria Party

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Re-Build Nigeria Party

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: House No. 26 Ficus Benjamin Street, Gaduwa Estate, Abuja, FCT

Chairman: Moyor Chief Japhet Anyanwu

20. Restoration Party of Nigeria

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Restoration Party of Nigeria

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: 5 Jerusalem Street, Old Kutunku Gwagwalada, Abuja, Nigeria

Chairman: Nsehe Nseobong

21. Sustainable Nigeria Party

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Sustainable Nigeria Party

 (INEC)

National Party Secretariat: No 1 K 2nd Avenue Kado Mbinko Gwarinpa, Abuja

Chairman: Kayode Arimoro Michael

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@MBuhari
, who is London, wants us to patronise made in Nigeria!

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