Just In: 2023: APC, PDP in Trouble as Jega, Agbakoba, Utomi to Launch New Political Party

Just In: 2023: APC, PDP in Trouble as Jega, Agbakoba, Utomi to Launch New Political Party

  • Prof Pat Utomi, the National Consultative Front (NCFront) co-chairperson is reportedly planning to launch a new political party
  • According to reports, the forum made public this development on Friday, October 29, while announcing an alternative party in Nigeria
  • Meanwhile, Tanko Yunusa, the head of public affairs, stated that the motive behind this development was to form a trustworthy party that would overtake the ruling APC and PDP

The political atmosphere is indeed tense as prominent persons in the country are seeking ways to create a new party.

The reason for this move was to outclass the ruling All progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) who has so far failed in the delivery of its promises to Nigerians.

Independent reports that the NCFront made the disclosure on Friday, October 29, while announcing plans to launch a “credible alternative mega ideological party by November”.

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2023: Utomi to plans to unveil new political party
Professor Pat Utomi is also calling for a restructured Nigeria. Photo credit: Pat Utomi
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While everyone is calling for restructuring, the National Consultative Front (NCFront) co-chairperson, Prof Pat Utomi will soon meet with Prof Attahiru Jega and Olisa Agbakoba (SAN)-led National Political Coalition on Electoral Reforms introduced on Friday, October 1.

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This meeting is centred on the formation of a new political party in Nigeria and as well move the country to its promised land.

A statement by Tanko Yunusa, Head of Public Affairs, declared that the aim is to “depose the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).”

Recall that Channels TV earlier reported that Over 30 political stakeholders and other prominent Nigerians have launched a political coalition to mobilise Nigerians ahead of the 2023 general elections.

The coalition also seeks to engage the Federal Government to adopt the electronic transmission of results in Nigeria as part of efforts to ensure free, fair elections.

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Big blow hits APC as ex-minister defects to PDP with supporters

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the All progressives Congress (APC) has lost one of its bigwigs to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kwara state, Ibrahim Isa Bio.

Bio who had served as a minister of transportation and a speaker of the Kwara state House of Assembly on Thursday, October 28, declared his intention to join the opposition party, Punch reports.

The former minister left the APC with his supporters was received at his ward Gure/Gwasoro Baruten local government area of the state.

Forget it, PDP won’t zone presidency to South, former Senate President Saraki tells Obi, others

Meanwhile, a former Senate president, Bukola Saraki, had said that the presidential candidate of the party might also emerge from the northern zone ahead of the 2023 general election.

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Saraki made this known while speaking on a national television programme monitored in Lagos on Tuesday, October 26.

Legit.ng gathered that the former Kwara state governor debunked speculations that the party would zone its presidency to the south since it zoned its national chairmanship to the north.

Source: Legit.ng

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