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Meet 35-year-old Ronke Ajayi who vowed to sell all her belongings to buy Buhari nomination form

Meet 35-year-old Ronke Ajayi who vowed to sell all her belongings to buy Buhari nomination form

- A 35-year-old woman, Ronke Ajayi, has vowed to sell her belongings to ensue Buhari's re-election in 2019

- She said that Buhari's re-election would guarantee brighter future for her unborn children

- APC had proposed N55m for the purchase of presidential nomination form

A 35-year-old Ronke Ajayi has vowed to sell all her belongings in order to ensure that President Muhammadu Buhari purchase the All Progressives Congress (APC) nomination form to contest 2019 presidential election.

Legit.ng gathered that she said that with President Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo's re-election in 2019, the future of her unborn children is bright.

She believes Buhari deserves second term in office based on the achievements he recorded in the last three years of his administration.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that the National Working Committee (NWC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC) proposed N55 million for the nomination and expression of interest forms for its presidential ticket.

It also proposed N22.5 million for its governorship ticket but the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the party later rejected the proposals, asking the NWC to review the proposition downward.

In the proposal, the nomination form for the presidency costs N50 million, while the expression of interest form goes for N5 million.

For the governorship ticket of the party, the nomination fee costs N20 million, while the expression of interest form cost N2.5 million. Also, other nomination and expression of interest forms for elective offices were reviewed upward.

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It was also reported that All Progressives Congress (APC) aspirants for the 2019 general elections kicked against the high costs of nomination and expression of interest forms. Some aspirants for various governorship, national and state assembly seats are on a collision course with the party’s leadership over the issue.

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