Those who want Buhari’s job at a glance
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Friday released the list of presidential candidates and the political parties they represent for the 2019 general elections.
Below is a comprehensive list of the candidates and their parties.
1. Angela Johnson (Alliance for United Nigeria)
2.Adetokunbo Olufela Durotoye (Alliance for New Nigeria)
3. Habib Mohammed Gajo (Young Democratic Party)
4. Isah Dansarki (Mass Movement of Nigeria)
5. Atiku Abubakar (Peoples Democratic Party)
6. Muhammadu Buhari (All Progressives Congress)
7. Ahmed Buhari (Sustainable Nation Party)
8. Ademola Babatunde Abidemi (NCMP)
9. Eguzolugo Sunday Chikendu Chukwu (Justice Must Prevail Party)
10. Omoyele Stephen Sowore (African Action Congress)
11. Amb. Abah Lewis Eliagwu (Change Advocacy Party)
12. Hamza Al-Mustapha (Peoples Party of Nigeria)
13. Samuel Adesina Ayodele Fagbemi-Byran: (Kowa Party)
14. Donald Duke (Social Democratic Party)
15. Major Gen. John Wilson Terwase Gbor (All Grand Alliance Party)
16. Oshawa Chukwudi John Kennedy (Rebuild Nigeria Party)
17. Nsehe Nseobong (Restoration Party of Nigeria)
18. Yabagi Yusuf Sani (ADP)
19. Mercy Olufunmilayo Adesanya-Davies (Mass Action Joint Alliance)
20. Nwachukwu Chucks Nwabukwu (All Grassroots Alliance).
21. Asukwo Mendie Archibong (Nigeria for Democracy party)
22. Usman Zaki Muhammad (Labour Party)
23. Shittu Muhammed Kabir (Advance Peoples Democratic Party)
24. Frank Ukonga (D.A party)
25. Babatunde Ositelu (Accord party);
26. Ikeagwuonu Obinna Uchechukwu (Action Peoples party)
27. Tope Kolade Fasua (Abundant Nigeria Renewal party)
28. Hajia Rabia Yasai Hassan Cengiz (NAC party)
29. Moses Godia Shipi (All Blending party)
30. Eke Sam Chukwuma (Green Party of Nigeria)
31. Mark Emmanuel Audu (United Patriots)
32. Hamisu Santuraki (Mega Party of Nigeria)
33. Moses Ayibiowu (National Unity party)
34. Nwokeafor Ikechukwu Ndubuisi (ACD)
35. Ibrahim Aliyu Hassan (African Peoples Alliance)
36. Donwubuya John A (Freedom and Justice Party)
37. John Owoniyi Dara (Alliance of Social Democrats)
38.Awosola Williams Olusola (Democratic Peoples Congress)
39. Usman Ibrahim Alhaji (National Rescue Movement)
40. Ojinka Geff Chizee (Coalition for Change)
41. Inuwa Ahmed Sakil (Unity Party of Nigeria)
42. Yusuf Mamman Dan-Tale (Allied Peoples Movement)
43. Asiwaju Mashood Shittu (Alliance National Party)
44. Kriz David (Libration Movement).
45. Dr. Obadiah Mailafia (African Democratic Congress)
46. Chief Nmenwa Godwin (AGAP)
47. Chief Peter Ameh (Progressive Alliance)
48. Isiaka Ishola Balogun (United Democratic Party)
49. Chike Ukaegbu (Advanced Allied Party)
50. Ize-Iyamu David Esosa (BNPP)
51. Prof. Yusuf Ameh Obaje (Advanced Nigerian Democratic Party)
52. Rahman Olusegun Mimiko (Zenith Labour Party)
53. Rev. Christopher Okotie (Fresh Democratic Party)
54. Ikechukwu Modestus Keke (New Nigeria Peoples Party)
55. Dr. Yunusa Tanko (National Conscience Party)
56. Dr. Obiageli Katryn Ezekwesili (Allied Congress Party of Nigeria)
57. Ilongo John Chuks (Democratic Peoples Party)
58. Kingsley Bosah Chiedu Moghalu (Young Progressives Party).
59. MR GBENGA OLAWEPO HASHIM (AFRICAN PEOPLES TRUST)
60. CHIEF SAM EKE (GREEN PARTY OF NIGERIA)
61. DR OLAPADE AGORO (NATIONAL ACTION COUNCIL)
62. EDOZIE MADU (INDEPENDENT DEMOCRATS)
63. DR NICHOLAS FELIX (PEOPLES COALITION PARTY)
64. BREAKFORTH ONWUBUYA (FREEDOM AND JUSTICE PARTY)
65. ALHAJI ISA BASHIRU (ADVANCED NIGERIAN DEMOCRATIC PARTY)
66. PASTOR HABU AMINCHI (PEOPLES DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT)
67. MALLAM HUSSEIN ABUBAKAR (MASS ACTION JOINT ALLIANCE)
68. MR ENIOLA OJAJUNI (ALLIANCE FOR DEMOCRACY)
69. MRS EUNICE ATUEJIDE (NATIONAL INTEREST PARTY)
70. ALISTAIR SOYODE (YES ELECTORATES SOLIDARITY)
71. MR REX ADEBANJO (YOUTH PARTY OF NIGERIA)
72. DR DAVIDSON ISIBOR AKHIMIEN (GRASSROOT DEVELOPMENT PARTY OF NIGERIA)
73. PROF PETER NWANGWU (WE THE PEOPLE OF NIGERIA PARTY)
74. ALHAJI YAHAYA NDU (AFRICAN RENAISSANCE PARTY)
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