You might think only two political parties are stressing your life as a Nigerian, but there are actually 18 of them. How did they come to be, and what’s their origin story? We’ve dug up the stories of the biggest ten, so we can gist you.
You can’t deny that APC gives off sugar daddy vibes and Labour party feels very working-class. This is how the other parties make us feel.
Did you know there’s a political party in Nigeria called Boot Party? That’s just one of 18 parties and you have 3 minutes to guess them all.
Since everyone is showing interest in running for President, you might as well check if you’re eligible.
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In Nigeria, unlike other countries, you cannot aspire to an elected public office without doing so on the platform of a political party. Section 40 of the 1999 provides that every Nigerian shall be entitled to assemble freely and associate with other persons, and the person may belong to may political party, trade union or […]
It’s not just PDP and APC.
Can someone please explain what they all mean?
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: