Monday, 8 October 2018

Olisa Agbakoba Emerges As APT Presidential Candidate

Leading third-party political parties under a new name, Alliance for People's Trust, APT, have ratified a new pact during the National Convention and Presidential Primaries convened by People's Trust on Saturday, Lagos. Olga Agbakoba, SAN, and a fresh breed energy expert and political strategist, Dr Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim as National Chairman and Presidential Candidate respectively.

Obafemi Awolowo, Fun Awolowo stepped down for Gbenga Olawepo. The Obsidian Consciousness of the New Breeders of the Nigerian Third Force Movement Hashim, who had just been endorsed as the Presidential Candidate of the Alliance for New Nigeria, ANN, earlier in the week.

In his acceptance speech, the Niger State is ready to lead the new ballot driven - PVC's Revolution of the Third Force Movement for a New Democratic State Hashim so pledged to submit himself to the new pact to rescue 2019 in the country to victory.

Similarly, while stepping down for Hashim, Awolowo promised to rally massive support from the Southwest and women in Nigeria for Hashim.

Olga Agbakoba, SAN, change the name of the People's Trust, PT, as the umbrella political party of the Alliance for People's Trust, APT as well as change its logo from being a "pyramid" to "a hand of victory sign in green, white and yellow flag APPLAUSE TO OLAWEPO HASHIM TO PRESENT THIRD FORCE IN THE 2019 Elections The National Convention was attended by apex leaders of allied political parties and movement, including Dr Jay Osi Samuels, Founding Chairman of ANN, Mallam Nasser Kura, National Secretary of APT, Comrade Isa Tijani, deputy national chairman of ANN, Lady Funke Awolowo who was later appointed the Treasurer of APT as well as Che Olawale Okunniyi, DG of Nigeria Intervention Movement, NIM and Governorship Flag bearer of APT in Ogun State, Chief Mrs. Olivia Agbajoh a second republic federal legislator and senatorial candidate of APT in Delta State, Hon Musibahu Jarfaru from Kano among several other dignitaries and chairpersons of third force parties who graced the convention.

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