Election Candidates


  1. Babajide Sanwo-Olu (All Progressive Congress APC)
  2. Jimi Agbaje (Peoples Democratic Party PDP)
  3. Owolabi Salis (Alliance for Democracy AD)
  4. Babatunde Gbadamosi (Action Democratic Party ADP)
  5. Olufunsho Awe (National Conscience Party NCP)
  6. Adetokunbo Pearse (Social Democratic Party SDP)
  7. Olumuyiwa Fafowora (African Democratic Congress ADC)
  8. Ifagbemi Awamaridi (Labour Party LP)
  9. Joseph Beckley (Accord A)
  10. Temidayo Onileowo (Advanced Congress of Democrats ACD)
  11. Opeyemi Balogun (All Grassroots Alliance AGA)
  12. Adewale Samson (All Grand Alliance Party AGAP)
  13. Musa Mutairu (Advanced Nigeria Democratic Party ANDP)
  14. Oluyinka Oyeniyi (Alliance for New Nigeria ANN)
  15. Johnson Lawrence (Alliance National Party ANP)
  16. Felix Owasanoye (Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance APDA)
  17. Patience Omeebere (Allied Party Movement APM)
  18. Babatunde Lee (Alliance of Social Democrats ASD)
  19. Adeyemi Dauda (Change Advocacy Party CAP)
  20. Uduak Afangireh (Democratic Alternative DA)
  21. Adeyemi Abiola (Democratic Peoples Congress DPC)
  22. Ika Willie (Democratic Peoples Party DPP)
  23. Joseph Ogebule (Freedom and Justice Party FJP)
  24. Kehinde Orji (Green Party of Nigeria GPN)
  25. Adekunle Abiola (Independent Democrats ID)
  26. Ifedayo Olorungbohunmi (Justice Must Prevail Party JMPP)
  27. Ishola Atoyebi (Mass Action Joint Alliance MAJA)
  28. Moses Okintilu (Mass Movement of Nigeria MMN)
  29. Babatunde Aiyeola (Mega Party of Nigeria MPN)
  30. Samuel Odudiran (Nigeria Community Movement Party NCMP)
  31. Akintola Bello (Nigeria Peoples Congress NPC)
  32. Pauline Adegbe (Progressive Peoples Alliance PPA)
  33. Omolara Adesanya (Providence Peoples Congress PPC)
  34. Victor Adeniji (Peoples Party of Nigeria PPN)
  35. Babatunde Sarumi (Peoples Redemption Party PRP)
  36. Yakubu Olateju (Re-build Nigeria Party RBNP)
  37. Uchenna Anyamele (United Democratic Party UDP)
  38. Michael Okereke (United Progressive Party UPP)
  39. Francis Ajayi (Young Democratic Party YDP)
  40. Adebisi Ogunsanya (Young Progressive Party YPP)
  41. Olorunfemi Onikoyi (Zenith Labour Party ZLP).


  1. Ifeanyi Okowa – PDP
  2. Great Ogboru – APC
  3. Brando Omu – AGAP




Oby Ezekwesili, the presidential candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN), has announced her withdrawal from the presidential election.

In a statement released early on Thursday morning, Mrs Ezekwesili said she stepped down from the election to help build a coalition to defeat the All Progressive Congress and the People’s Democratic Party in the election.

In the statement issued by the spokesperson of her campaign organisation, Ozioma Ubabukoh, Dr Ezekwesili was quoted as saying that her decision to withdraw from the race followed extensive discussions with Nigerians at home and the Diaspora.

It is worth noting that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has rejected Dr Oby Ezekwesili withdrawal. The Director, Voter Education and Publicity INEC, Oluwole Osaze-Uzzi, said since it had released its final list of candidates last week, it had become too late for anybody to withdraw, adding that the logo of the parties would still appear on the ballot paper come February 16, election day.


Donald Duke Back In The Presidential Race

The Court of Appeal in Abuja has ruled in favour of former Cross River State governor, Donald Duke, as the authentic presidential candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) for the 2019 presidential election.

In a unanimous decision by a three-man panel, led by Justice Abdul Aboki, the court set aside the December 14, 2018 judgment of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) which had declared Jerry Gana the candidate of the party.