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Breaking: PDP And 38 Other Parties Endorse MOU

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Breaking: PDP And 38 Other Parties Endorse MOU

Notable among the other parties are, Social Democratic Party (SDP) and the newly formed party, Reformed All Progressives Congress (R-APC) which consist of aggrieved members of the ruling All Progressive Congress.

2019 Elections: 39 Political Parties Sign MOU

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Information reaching us at NIGERIA NEWS has revealed that a total of 39 political parties have signed Memorandum of Understanding ‎(MoU) against the forthcoming general elections.

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According to the information the leadership of the parties are currently gathered at the Yar’Adua Centre in Abuja appending their signature on the MOU sheet.

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The parties consist of the major opposition party, People’s Democratic Party (PDP), some others.

Notable among the other parties are, Social Democratic Party (SDP) and the newly formed party, Reformed All Progressives Congress (R-APC) which consist of aggrieved members of the ruling All Progressive Congress.

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