Nigerians abroad to vote for a Presidential candidate on November 1st

THE PRESIDENT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

1. Has no godfather or investor behind him or her 2. Must tell us his/her source of income and prepare to declare his/her assets. 3. Must promise that he/she will re-structure Nigeria 4. Must promise to fight corruption from the Babaginda years till date. This will include a continuous publication of recovered loot, the looter and how the recovered loot is re-channeled into the economy. 5. Give Nigerians stable supply of electricity within 3 years. 6. Must promise to review the salaries and emolument of federal legislators and executives in accordance with the law of Nigeria. 7. Must scrap the Senate and preserve only the House of Representatives. 8. Must not have held more than one political office. We must do away with re-cycled office holders. 9. Must promise to ban health tourism abroad 10. Must promise to ban education abroad for the children of serving public office holders. 11. Declare all armed groups as terrorist groups (e.g Herdsmen) and unban IPOB as a terrorist group. IPOB is not a terrorist group but we do not support that Nigeria should break.

HOW TO VOTE ON 1ST NOVEMBER:

1. Just click on the SUBSCRIBE button which is under the video you are watching now. That registers you for the election.

2. Election will commence live on this channel ON 1ST NOVEMBER 2018 exactly 5 P.M IN NIGERIA; 6 PM EUROPEAN TIME; 4 P.M IN THE UNITED KINGDOM; 12 NOON IN WASHINGTON U.S.A; 12 NOON OTTAWA CANADA; 2 P.M CANBERRA AUSTRALIA. THE ELECTION WILL LAST FOR EXACTLY 90 minutes which is one and half hours. NO EXTRA TIME; NO AFRICAN TIME! Results to be announced immediately

LIST OF PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES

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)

60 Israel Nonyerem David, Reform and Advancement Party (RAP)

61. Nicolas Felix, Peoples Coalition Party (PCP)

General Presidential election in Nigeria: Saturday16 February 2019

 

12 thoughts on “Nigerians abroad to vote for a Presidential candidate on November 1st

  1. Hello,
    Thank you sir. Can you please make a video on the criteria for the Nov 1st election and if possible translated. Not everyone has been following from the onset or will go to the comments sections to read it. Thanks again for everything.
    OC

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    1. Hello, thanks for your great idea. The video about the November election was released today. It is already trending. All instructions are there. Please do well to share it extensively. Now it is time to work together.

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    2. Thank you sir. I am much excited about this development. I thought, there is no longer in Nigeria a patriotic citizen. Thank God for you. I have listened to the video broadcast and is heart touching. I will do everything within my power and reach to support and participate sir. I suggest that you outline a profile of the presidential candidates; because, many may not really know them. Secondly, Please intimate us on how to communicate this idea to the common man, woman and youth on the street. I am also passionate about this development. Give me work to do to support this Idea.

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      1. Thank you Israel. The video and the text messages under it elaborates on the work ahead. Talking about how you could participate, please tell me which Nigerian language you speak very fluently.
        Cheers,
        Frederick

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      1. Hello, Mr. Frederick. You and your team out there are the inspiration the motivation we the youth of this country need to move her forward. Am 100% in and will mobilize as many as possible. But I couldn’t see the subscribe bottom to hit after the video in order to register for the November 1 election. Pls can you help send the link? Thank you

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  2. Thank you sir. I am much excited about this development. I thought, there is no longer in Nigeria a patriotic citizen. Thank God for you. I have listened to the video broadcast and is heart touching. I will do everything within my power and reach to support and participate sir. I suggest that you outline a profile of the presidential candidates; because, many may not really know them. Secondly, Please intimate us on how to communicate this idea to the common man, woman and youth on the street. Especially local pple. I am also passionate about this development. Give me work to do to support this Idea. Speak Yoruba language very well sir.

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    1. Hello, Many thanks. We have saved your contact. We shall get back to do when the need arises. We will definitely need to translate some of our messages into 100 Nigerian languages which will be played locally on radio and TV. Stay strong! Frederick

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