A total of 18 political parties will participate in Nigeria’s 2023 general elections, and each one will do anything to convince Nigerians they’re the best choice. And anything includes lies and exaggerations.
It’s our responsibility to fish out the truth about the intentions of these parties and there’s nowhere better to look than their logos.
If the logos of Nigerian political parties could speak, what would they say? We listened to all of them and they whispered back.
We’re the “don’t worry, be happy” party. Vibes on vibes.
Action Alliance (AA)
We couldn’t afford to pay a professional graphic designer, and this was the result.
Action Democratic Party (ADP)
We’re the party of bookworms — no ASUU strikes.
Action Peoples Party (APP)
We’ll address the elephant in the room, whether it’s climate change or the price of your bread.
African Action Congress (AAC)
Who wants to party inside a 1990s disco club?
African Democratic Congress (ADC)
We offer firm handshakes and nothing more.
All Progressives Congress (APC)
Sweeping our enemies away and sweeping our own dirt under the rug.
All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA)
We’ll be there to wake you in the morning when your alarm doesn’t work. Also useful for dinner.
Allied Peoples Movement (APM)
We’ll unite the country and make cassava great again.
Boot Party (BP)
We needed a logo to match our party name while also causing you eye pain.
Labour Party (LP)
We’re a respectable establishment with a strong wazobia family unit.
National Rescue Movement (NRM)
We float like a butterfly and sting like a bee. We don’t know what it means but it’s provocative; it gets the people going.
New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP)
Christmas hampers, everyone?
People’s Democratic Party (PDP)
This logo is a Rihanna song. Ella, ella, eh, eh, eh.
People’s Redemption Party (PRP)
We hold the key to unlocking all your problems.
Social Democratic Party (SDP)
This is a Lil Nas X song. Can’t nobody tell us nothing.
Young Progressive Party (YPP)
We offer the gateway to the legalisation of weed. “Come to us and ye shall always be high.”
Zenith Labour Party (ZLP)
It’s the Labour Party, but with stairs to — we sha don’t know where e dey carry us dey go.
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