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Date of Nigeria’s 2019 Presidential Election

Exactly 109 days from today, Nigerians will go to the polls to choose their new president and members of the National Assembly. The Presidential election, according to INEC’s official announcement, will hold on 16th of February 2019.

INEC Announcement

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) chairman, Professor Mahmood Yakubu had on Friday, 26th October 2018, announced that 79 Candidates from 91 political parties will be contesting in the February 2019 national election.

However, the document posted at the Electoral Commission’s office in Abuja gives a different information of the number of cleared aspirants and their political parties. It contained 59 candidates and political parties instead of 79 aspirants as earlier announced.

From official response issued to 9News Nigeria from the INEC office, the 59 candidates are those who have adequately met up with the due process and documentation.

Below are the latest detailed list of 2019 Presidential Aspirants as posted at the office of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

List of 2019 presidential aspirants and their political parties

 1 Moses Shipi All Blending Party (ABP)
2 Samuel Eke Green Party of Nigeria (GPN)
3 Donald Duke Social Democratic Party (SDP)
4 Mark Emmanuel United Patriots (UP)
5 Hamisu Santuraki Mega Party of Nigeria (MPN)
6 Moses Ajibiowu National Unity Party (NUP)
7 Nwokeafor Ikechukwu Advanced Congress of Democrats (ACD)
8 Aliyu Ibrahim African People Alliance (APA)
9 Atiku Abubakar Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)
10 Kingsley Moghalu Young Progressives Party (YPP)
11 Ilongwo John Democratic Peoples Party (DPP)
12 Obiageli Ezekwesili Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN)
13 Yunusa Tanko Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)
14 Ike keke New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP)
15 Chris Okotie Fresh Democratic Party (FDP)
16 Yusufu Obaje Advanced Nigeria Democratic Party (ANDP)
17 Ize-Iyamu David Better Nigeria Peoples Party (BNPP)
18 Samuel Fagbbenr-Byron KOWA Party
19 Rabia Hassan National Action Council (NAC)
20 Nnamdi Madu Independent Democrats (ID)
21 Tope Fasua Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party (ANRP)
22 Obinna Ikeagwuonu African People’s Party (APP)
23 Isaac Ositelu Accord Party
24 Frank Ukonga Democratic Alternative (DA)
25 Shitu Kabir Advance Peoples Democratic Party (APDP)
26 Usman Muhammed Labour Party (LP)
27 Muhammadu Buhari All Progressives Congress (APC)
28 Hamza Al-Mustapha Peoples Party of Nigeria (PPN)
29 Obadiah Mailafia African Democratic Congress (ADC)
30 Asukwuo Archibong Nigeria for Democracy (ND)
31 Chuks Nwachuku All Grassroots Alliance (AGA)
32 Mercy Adesanya-Davies Mass Action Joint Alliance (MAJA)
33 Yusuf Yabaji Action Democratic Party (ADP)
34 Nsehe Nseobong Restoration Party of Nigeria (RPN)
35 Chukwudi Osuala Rebuild Nigeria Party (RNP)
36 John Wilson Gbor All Progresssive Grand Alliance (APGA)
37 Usman Ibrahim National Rescue Movement (NRM)
38 Sunday Eguzolugo Justice Must Prevail Party (JMPP)
39 Chike Ukaegbu Advanced Allied Party (AAP)
40 Omoyele Sowore Africa Action Congress (AAC)
41 Umenwa Godwin All Grand Alliance Party (AGAP)
42 Isiaka Balogun United Democratic Party (UDP)
43 Lewis Abah Change Advocacy Party (CAP)
44 Babatunde Ademola Nigeria Community Movement Party (NCMP)
45 Ahmed Buhari Sustainable National Party (SNP)
46 John Dara Alliance of Social Democrats (ASD)
47 Kriz David Liberation Movement (LM)
48 Isah Bashayi Masses Movement of Nigeria (MMN)
49 Emmanuel Etim Change Nigeria (CN)
50 Habib Mohammed United Democratic Party (UDP)
51 Fela Durotoye Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN)
52 Angela Johnson Alliance for a United Nigeria (AUN)
53 John Onwubuya Freedom and Justice Party (FJP)
54 Mashood Shittu Alternative Party of Nigeria (APN)
55 Yusuf Dantale Allied Peoples Movement (APM)
56 Ahmed Inuwa United Party of Nigeria (UPN)
57 Geff Ojinika Coalition For Change (CFC)
58 Robinson Akpua National Democratic Liberty Party (NDLP)
59 Victor Okhai Providence Peoples Congress (PPC)


Report by Obinna Ejianya @obinna_ejianya

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