The Nigeria Intervention Movement and the Third Force have after several months of raising the hopes of some of Nigeria’s fringe parties for the endorsement of their presidential candidate dashed their hopes by encoring Peoples Democratic…
This was made known in the early hours of Friday in a statement personally signed by Soyinka
Some eminent Nigerians on Tuesday called on the media to ensure a balanced reportage of electoral activities in order to consolidate the present political dispensation.
The YPP Presidential Candidate, Kingsley Moghalu, will on Monday commence a series of innovation tour in Lagos, as part of his presidential campaign tour of South-West Nigeria.
In a joint statement signed by the National Chairmen of the YPP and the ANN, Comrade Bishop Amakiri and Emanuel Dania respectively, both parties said the coalition became necessary following the need to wrest power from the All Progressives…
The Young Progressives Party has reacted to the claims by Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed that the opposition is mobilizing armed bandits and Boko Haram insurgents to perpetrate massive acts of violence across the…
The Presidential Candidate, Young Progressives Congress, Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, says the forthcoming election would be a choice between the past and the future.
They made the pledge when the “Vote Not Fight: Election No Be War ‘’ Campaign Team led by Music Icon, Innocent Idibia, popularly known as 2Baba, paid them separate visits in Abuja on Monday.
The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project has sent an open letter to major presidential candidates for Nigeria’s February 16, 2019 election, urging them to “publicly commit to revolutionary and innovative anti-corruption reforms…
Moghalu stated this on Saturday in Abuja at the 2019 Presidential Debate orgnaised by the Broadcasting Organisation of Nigeria in partnership with Nigerian Election Debate Group and some other bodies.
Some candidates in the forthcoming presidential poll on Saturday, made public their strategies to tackle insecurity in the country.
Three Presidential Candidates on Saturday clashed on the economy in the televised debate held at the Trans-corp Hilton Hotel, Abuja.
As a leader and former vice president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, let me first apologise to all Nigerians, my fellow candidates and the moderator for the the APC Presidential Candidate's absence in this debate. His non-appearance is…
YPP’s National Publicity Secretary, Comrade Egbeola Wale Martins, revealed this after the party’s National Executive Committee meeting at its National Secretariat in Abuja.
The organisers had announced that only presidential candidates of the ACPN, Alliance for New Nigeria, All Progressives Congress, Peoples Democratic Party and Young Progressives Party would be partaking in the debate.
Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, the Presidential candidate of the Young Progressives Party, says Nigeria’s security issues are compounded by the nation’s porous borders.
Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, the Presidential Candidate of the Young Progressives Party says he will unfold his “Constitutional Restructuring’’ agenda on October 29, in a lecture to be delivered at the University of Nigeria Nsukka.