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2023 Nigerian Party Presidential Primary Election – Live Analysis And Public Poll [Get In Here]

2023 Nigerian Party Presidential Primary Election – Live Analysis And Public Poll [Get In Here]

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APC Date Of Primary Election: June 6 - June 8, 2023 >>>>> Data Table Update on Poll Active >>>> Public Comment On Poll Active >>>>>>> Auto Update And Shuffle Active >>>> Live Table Active
# Name State % Winning Speculation
1 Tinubu Lagos %62
2 Osibanjo Ogun %55
3 Amaechi Rivers %53
4 Bello Kogi %50

PDP Date Of Primary Election: May 28, 2022 (Complete) - Atiku Declared Winner (Web Crawler Active) >>>>> Data Table Update on Poll Active >>>> Public Comment On Poll Active >>>>>>> Auto Update And Shuffle Active >>>> Live Table Active
# Name State % Winning Speculation
1 Atiku Adamawa Won
2 Wike Rivers Lost
3 Tambuwal Sokoto Withdrew
4 Saraki Kwara Lost
5 Fayose Ekiti Lost
6 Bala Bauchi Lost
NNPP Date Of Primary Election: Uncertain (Web Crawler Active) >>>>> Data Table Update on Poll Active >>>> Public Comment On Poll Active >>>>>>> Auto Update And Shuffle Active >>>> Live Table Active
# Name State % Winning Speculation
1 Kwankwaso Kano %75
2 Ajadi Oyo %40
APGA Date Of Primary Election: Uncertain (Web Crawler Active) >>>>> Data Table Update on Poll Active >>>> Public Comment On Poll Active >>>>>>> Auto Update And Shuffle Active >>>> Live Table Active
# Name State % Winning Speculation
1 Umeadi Anambra %70
Labour Party (LP):
Labour Party Date Of Primary: Uncertain (Web Crawler Active) >>>>> Data Table Update on Poll Active >>>> Public Comment On Poll Active >>>>>>> Auto Update And Shuffle Active >>>> Live Table Active
1 Peter Obi Anambra %52.5
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Other Party Date Of Primary Election: Uncertain (Web Crawler Active) >>>>> Data Table Update on Poll Active >>>> Public Comment On Poll Active >>>>>>> Auto Update And Shuffle Active >>>> Live Table Active
# Name State % Winning Speculation
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LIVE: PDP Primaries Ongoing In Abuja

Atiku Enjoying the moment with his supporters

Here WE GO!

Atiku Abubakar — 371 (WINNER)

Nyesom Wike — 237 votes

Bukola Saraki — 70 votes

Udom Emmanuel Gabriel — 38 votes

Bala Muhammed — 20 votes

Pius Anyim Pius — 14 votes

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A very big congratulations sir!

BREAKING NEWS: Atiku Wins PDP Presidential Primary Election With 371 Votes Beating His Closest Rival, Nyesome Wike, Who Polled 237 votes.

PDP PresidentialPrimaries #PDPDecides

Vote counting starts as Atiku Leads

Voting Starts at PDP Convention

Any vote casted for candidate that steps down becomes void (Party Leaders)

Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto steps down for Atiku

Fayose begs delegates for vote at convention during speech

PHOTONEWS: PDP Completes Accreditation of 773 Voters- Delegates, To Commence Voting For Presidential Primaries Soon

PDPPrimaries #PDPPresidentialPrimaries

PHOTONEWS: PDP National Chairman, Iyorchia Ayu Formally Declares National Convention Open


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The D-Day is here, at least for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), which is on course in the race to pick its Presidential candidate...

Adamawa State Governor Ahmadu Fintiri has revealed Mohammed Hayatu-Deen stepped down for Atiku Abubakar in the race for the Peoples Democratic Party’s presidential ticket

Governor Nyesom Wike receives standing ovation from delegates as he arrives venue

Bauchi State Governor and a presidential aspirant under the PDP, Bala Muhammed, has said that he is not ready to step down for any aspirant for the presidential ticket.

Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Board of Trustees (BoT), Senator Walid Jibril, has said though the party has abandoned zoning, there is still room for consensus.

Walid told reporters at the convention venue that all the aspirants understand the position of the party.

He also said the convention will produce the president of Nigeria come 2023.

Walid said, “This convention will tell Nigerians and PDP members that the next president of Nigeria is coming from PDP.

”That is why you see this place is a beehive of activities, men and women are here because the next president of Nigeria will emerge here

“Anyone that emerges today whether from the North, South-South, South West or South East is ready to be the president of the country.

“Already you know there is no zoning, but there is room for consensus.”

Anyim Pius Anyim arrives, make his through delegates

One of the presidential aspirants and Akwa Ibom State Governor, Udom Emmanuel, arrives at the venue of the convention.

PDP delegates for presidential primary settle down and set for the business of the day

Kano state delegates arrive wearing caps with pictures of Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike

Some PDP bigwigs already present, including the BoT Chair, Walid Jibril and Prof. Jerry Gana.

Former senate president, and the Chairman of the National Convention Organising Committee, David Mark arrives, takes his seat.

Arrival, screening of delegates

Most important election in PDP history – Saraki

Former Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, has described the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP’s presidential primary as the most important in the party’s history.

Saraki is among the 13 aspirants seeking the sole presidential ticket of the main opposition party.

“This is the most important election in the history of our great party, @OfficialPDPNig.

“It is time for fresh leadership!” Saraki tweeted

Aspirants are busy bidding, buying delegates in hotels at the moment – Shehu Sani

Former PDP lawmaker, Shehu Sani has said that at this point when no activity seems to be going at the venue of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP presidential primary, aspirants are busy buying delegates in hotels where they’re lodged.

“I know that decency is alien to a political culture where every aspirant wants to win at all cost.I know that the bidding process is on going in hotels where the Delegates are lodged as the opposition gathers for the primaries today in Abuja, give the nation some hope,” he tweeted.

PDP convention: A ‘coup’ against Wike fails

Some of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leading candidates nursing a hidden agenda towards the eventual emergence of Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike as the party’s 2023 presidential candidate but many party loyalists from the north and south worked to counter such, a PDP support group, PDP Frontliners has said.

Confusion as security personnel prevent entrance into the venue

The PDP National Organizing committee for the presidential primaries said accreditation for the convention will start by 6 am on Saturday.

But at the filing in this update journalists and other stakeholders who stormed the party headquarters at Wuse Zone Five were still waiting for accreditation.

The NWC of the party were said to be locked in a meeting at the time of writing this report.

The officials on the ground have refused to speak on the real situation of things

Party officials settle down for commencement

Traffic gridlock around National Stadium Abiola, Abuja as activities steady kick off around its vicinity for the main opposition primaries.

Heavy security at Moshood Abiola Stadium, venue of presidential primary election

Hayatu-Deen withdraws from presidential race

One of the presidential aspirants of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Mohammed Hayatu-Deen, had pulled out of the race for the party’s sole ticket.

The former Managing Director of FSB International Bank, announced his withdrawal from the race in a letter addressed to Dr Iyorchia Ayu, National Chairman of the PDP.

Recall that Peter Obi, a frontline aspirant of the party had earlier withdrawn from the presidential race and resigned from the party.

However, Hayatu-Deen has said he is not leaving the remain opposition party.

His letter reads, “I have been a keen observer of Nigerian politics for so many decades, but have not been opportuned to actively participate in party politics due to my engagements in managing critical public and private institutions, among others.

“I have observed with great concern and sorrow the recent rapid deterioration of all aspects of our national life – characterised by increasing poverty, religious intolerance, banditry and kidnapping, monumental oil theft, corruption, mismanagement of national assets, communal and religious strifes and near collapse of public services and public institutions.

“During my recent nationwide trips, I came face to face with angry and hungry youths, children, boys and girls abandoned by their states who ought to provide them with education and vocational training. These had become the recruiting grounds of criminals, religious and political extremists.

“I planned to ensure that the great potential that had become the hallmark of Nigeria’s development paradigm, should be actualized during our presidency. We planned to make Nigeria the continental economic powerhouse which would guarantee high quality of life to the vast majority of our citizens.

“I planned to provide peace by ending insurgency of all types occasioned by the absence of a robust and coherent plan and lack of engagements with those involved and by improving the capacity of our intelligence services, the armed forces, the police and paramilitary services.

“I planned to put a final stop to the incessant closure of our universities and other public institutions due to strikes. As we speak, another round of strikes is going on and nobody knows when our public universities would be opened.

“It is because of the foregoing that I found it morally compelling to introduce myself into the political space in order to provide tangible solutions to these problems.

“I was driven by passion and commitment to the cause of salvaging our country which is on the verge of collapse.

“My exposure locally and internationally and contributions to the nation’s economic and political-well being positioned me to take up the challenges facing our dear nation and – the courage to participate in this grueling exercise which most of our elites have shunned away from. Regrettably the political system has proved to be acrimonious, corrupt and self-serving.

“For the past three months I had the privilege of intensively interacting with Nigerians from all walks of life. This reinforces my resolve that Nigeria MUST BE saved, otherwise our future is doomed.

“I joined the contest as a democrat, with an open mind to keenly contest and accept the result of a process that is fair, credible and transparent.

“We have endeavoured to forge a consensus which would have facilitated a seamless emergence of a candidate which unfortunately could not be achieved.

“I wish to reiterate that I did not join party politics and to contest for the presidency because of personal gains and inordinate ambition, but in order to serve our country.

“It is therefore based on personal principles and with great humility that I have decided after wide consultations to withdraw from this contest which has been obscenely monetized.

“I wish to thank all my supporters, especially those from my state, well-wishers, friends, family, the extraordinary hardworking young men and women of our campaign organization, the party leadership and members for their tremendous support which enabled us to contribute within this short period towards changing the character and direction of the Nigerian political landscape.

“Finally, as a very loyal party member and believer in the democratic process, I will continue to avail myself and my teeming supporters at all times to ensure victory of our great party.”

The stage is set for the PDP’s National Convention on Saturday at the Velodrome of the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja.

Ad hoc delegates for the presidential primary election of the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, are all but set to elect the party’s flagbearer for the 2023 presidential election.

Most of the presidential aspirants went round the 36 states of the country, including the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja to lobby these delegates.

And there are also reports of financial inducement and buying of delegates by most of these aspirants, but be it as it may, all is set for the election.

The battle for the opposition party’s sole ticket seems to be majorly between Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and former Senate President, Bukola Saraki.

These three and eleven others will share a total number of 810 delegates’ votes, coming across the 36 states of the federation and the FCT.

PDP sold 17 forms to its presidential aspirants and about 14 of them are still in the race after two were disqualified during the screening and Peter Obi’s resignation yesterday.

Popular among those still hoping to grab the party’s sole ticket are Bauchi State Governor, Bala Mohammed, former Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, former Managing Director of FSB International Bank, Dr. Mohammed Hayatu-Deen, Publisher, Ovation International, Chief Dele Momodu, Sokoto State governor, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal and Akwa Ibom State Governor, Udom Emmanuel, among others.

Follow this thread for updates and results from the PDP presidential aspirants holding in Abuja.

Source: Daily Trust

PDP presidential primaries 2022: Wike, Atiku, Saraki  engage in open popularity contest

Leading Peoples Democratic Party Presidential aspirants on Saturday engaged in an open popularity contest at the venue of the ongoing Special National Convention .

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike caused a stir when on arrival he lead a team of his aides to the Oyo, Plateau, Ogun, Ondo, and Sokoto Stands to greet delegates.

They cheered and sang his praises with delegates from Rivers leading the chant of his name and singing a local song in his honour as he waved them while clutching a traditional elephant tusk.

He went on to greet delegates from other states in their stands.

As of taking a queue from Wike, Atiku also moved from his seat and made his way to the delegates stand to pay homage . He raised his hands in greeting while his supporters hailed.

Not long after, Senator Bukola Saraki , joined the fry as he started his round of greetings from the VIP stand before making his way to the delegates stand.

PDP presidential primaries 2022: Nwachukwu Anakwenze, withdraws for Wike

John Alechenu, Abuja
Another Peoples Democratic Party Presidential aspirant, Dr. Nwachukwu Anakwenze, has announced his withdrawal from the race.

Analwenze, a United States trained medical doctor said he was withdrawing from the race because the party leadership failed to abide by its zoning principle.

In a statement he signed and issued at the venue of the ongoing Presidential primary in Abuja, said, “My decision to withdraw from the race is the inability of the party to stand by their zoning principle as enshrined in the PDP Constitution.

“I have consulted widely with my people, elders and followers across the country and in the diaspora to arrive at this unpleasant decision to pull out of the race. I felt if you change the rules at the middle of the game, no decent competitor would stand a chance to compete fairly“

“I, Dr Anakwenze made this known in a statement today, May 28th 2022 where I lamented that my attempt to work with the Igbo Aspirants of South East Zone to forge a consensus which would give my people a renewed sense of belonging and hope to lead to the emergence of the party’s flag bearer could not be achieved by this abuse of the zoning principle.

“My interest was to bring quality leadership to the country, foster unity and restore the hope of young people and the women as have shown in my campaign manifesto.

“My decision to run for the office of the President with the great support of Nigerians in the diaspora was to bring in quality leadership that has eluded us as a nation for decades now, but this has been dashed”

“Many things have happened in the last few weeks that showed certain persons don’t stand a chance to compete favorably; so it is on this premise that I, painfully withdraw from the contest today 28th May, 2022 in full support of a Southern candidate which is largely the wishes of Igbo Elders, the Diasporas and the voice of the people.

“I thank the party for the opportunity to inform Nigerians about how well they can fair with an Igboman as President whose love for the country towers above the lust for power. Let all my supporters across the North and South who have shown me that there are good Nigerians that still believe in merit and would put that above primordial sentiment”

He further said, “I had planned to make Nigeria one of the Ten Biggest Economic Power in the World.

“I, Dr. Anakwenze said the People of Southeast wants the Presidency zoned to them and fully supported by other regions as the Igbos have always done. I am therefore constrain to withdraw from the race in full support of Nyesom Wike, the Executive Governor of Rivers State.

“Therefore, I hereby direct all my supporters, Structures and the national delegates of our party in 36 states in Nigeria, who we have consulted nationwide and who have pledged their commitment to seeing me emerge as the candidate of Nigeria’s leading opposition party, the PDP, in view of our people oriented programmes, that they believe will adequately address and redress the numerous problems confronting our dear Nation, Nigeria to now throw their support in favour of Governor Nyesom Wike”

PDP Convention: Atiku pleads for unity among party members

Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar , has appealed for unity among party members as they vote for a presidential flag bearer.

He made the special appeal while addressing delegates as well as party members.

He also appealed to party leaders who felt slighted by recent events during the last state congresses to bury the hatchet in the over all interest of the party.

While expressing gratitude to the party leaders for the orderly conduct of the convention, he said “ I hope the primary would be organized in a credible manner. Therefore distinguished delegates, I want to appear for unity in this party, no matter the discrimination, provocation and threats, it is only temporal.

“ I am distressed that a number if our members are excluded from the process that that have taken place across the nation..I appeal to them to be patient and bear with the party. They say no condition is permanent.”

Source; VanguardNG

EFCC agents storm PDP primary election venue

Some officers of the Economic Financial Crime Commission have just stormed the MKO Abiola International Stadium, Abuja, the venue of the Peoples Democratic Party primary election.

The officers arrived the venue around 4:4opm but the purpose of their visit is unknown.

PDP primary: Rivers delegates ignore Atiku’s greetings

Delegates of the Peoples Democratic Party from Rivers State have shunned greetings from a former vice president and presidential aspirant under the PDP, Atiku Abubakar.

The PUNCH reports that Atiku, who left the venue of the PDP’s special national convention, returned to the venue around 5:40pm in company with former senator representing the Kogi West Senatorial District, Dino Melaye.

While acknowledging cheers from some delegates at the venue, delegates from Rivers State ignored the presidential hopeful.

Our correspondent also observed that, despite the greetings from Atiku, the delegates refused to respond.

Source: PunchNG



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  1. Anonymous says:

    P D P
    2 (PETER OBI)

  2. Anonymous says:


  3. Ade says:

    which party is ANN

  4. Paul says:

    Please let vote our governor wike

  5. Obioma Youngest says:

    Peter Obi

  6. Anonymous says:

    Atiku abubakar

  7. Isaiah 001 of OGOJA says:

    Without PETER OBI PDP won’t mark it.

  8. ATIKU says:

    nigeria sai atiku no goyin back

  9. Anonymous says:


  10. Anonymous says:

    About Dave Umahi

  11. Anonymous says:

    Bola ahmed tinubu

  12. Anonymous says:



    With out atiku, hmmm nigeria will worse than buhari regime, pls when the time reach let votes atiku. for our new president

  14. Anonymous says:

    With out amechi Nigeria is nothing

  15. Anonymous says:

    With all political party who we follow is peter obi


    With all political party who we follow is peter obi

  17. Ushie Augustine Mbu says:

    I pray may god blessed the person that wins. May god give them ability,capacity to rule this country,nigeria to a better change…amen

  18. Anonymous says:

    Atiku will be the one take control of things in naija

  19. Anonymous says:

    Nigeria is ATIKU

  20. lekonjboy says:

    god should give us the person dat we lead us true out in success nd joy

  21. Anonymous says:

    Peter obi na you we no

  22. Prince says:

    Peter obi na you we no

  23. Prince says:

    Atiku na you we no

  24. Idani Churchill says:

    The good God would see us through in this quest to regain and reclaim our dear Country from the hands of wicked and crooked old politicians who do not have the interest of Nigeria and Nigerians at heart except their children and friends.God Bless us as we all embark-on this laudable project.Remain Blessed Nigerians.

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