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  • we all have rights to own political parties-regardless of name-creation of parties in Nigeria is not the exclusive preserve of tinubu and buhari

  • Innocent

    And the counterfeit wins…

  • Northerner

    Na only for niger!!! U go c all sort of black-belle activities..

  • Is this also fake?
    ABOUT 30 years after its structures were rested, some young loyalists of the late sage, Chief Obafemi Awolowo and the founder of the Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC), Dr Fredrick Fasehun, have finalised plans to reactivate the defunct Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN).

    Already, they have created 10 committees and constituted a four-man interim officers to accelerate the process of registering the party by the Independent National Electoral commission (INEC).

    They include committees on: constitution review; programmes and policies review; contacts and mobilization; research, publications and publicity; ways and means; mass organisations; women empowerment; state caucus; national caucus and board of trustees.

    The party, founded by Chief Awolowo in the Second Republic, controlled states like Ondo, Ogun, Lagos; old Oyo and defunct Bendel that was split into Edo and Delta states. It was the main opposition at the federal parliament until the military coup of January 1, 1983.

    • segun

      Is this country called Nigeria ready to join the civilised world? I
      doubt it. We may have lost it and I think we have lost as a country it under the presidency of President Jonathan-Annenih, Mr. Fix It brought back from the dead, Alamieyeseigha
      brought back from the mortuary of corruption and brazen raid on Bayelsa
      treasury but on his way to be a Senate law maker in Nigeria under PDP!!!!, Africa Peoples Congress, African Citizens Congress- shadows and fictions of PDP -brought from space to cause confusion and create crisis, and Deri is talking about UPN in order to justify a brazen fraud by and under President Jonathan. Some of us are comfortable with our jobs, we ARE NOT part of Nigerian government. WE DO NOT WANT TO BE. But we love our country hence we contribute and struggle to make it better STRICTLY AT A PRIVATE NON-PUBLIC LEVEL. With what President Jonathan and his online public relations officers like mpitikwelu_na_Ugwu_Awusa, deri, afam are doing my question as a Nigerian citizen is: Will and Can Nigeria EVER be part of the modern civilised, democratic world under President Jonathan’s adminsitration? My answer is No. Can I recommend Nigeria under the Presidency of President Jonathan? No, I cannot not. Deri you really believe any, Nigerian, any African, any African country, and person of African descent will not see thru the so-called African peoples Congress as a tool of President Jonathan, PDP and Annenih? And you think any African will respect Nigeria after this? I just dey laugh with what you write. Carry on deri, time will tell.

      • Mpitikwelu_na_Ugwu_Awusa

        I still do not know your reason in blaming PDP for the incompetence of the opposition. why would anybody adopt any name without checking fro INEC if it is available? Where in the world does this happen. Can you name a company without first checking from CAC if it is available. I know you may have good reasons in the past to blast PDP, but not in this one. It is illogical.

  • NM

    If people are so desperate to foil the registration of Nigeria”s biggest party, via nomenclature, it tells you they are afraid of the broom of change.

    • Mpitikwelu_na_Ugwu_Awusa

      I actually think a lot of people are afraid of their own shadow. If it rains, its PDP’s fault. If it shines, its all PDP’s fault. No one wants to take responsibility for their own glaring incompetence. Please is it PDP’s job to reserve a name for an opposition party?

  • TATA

    What is the location address, please?