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Moghalu’s YPP & Fela Durotoye’s ANN Form Coalition – The Force



Fela Durotoye‘s party Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN) and Professor Kingsley Moghalu‘s Young Progressive Party (YPP) have come together to form a coalition called The Force.

Both parties’ national leaders Emmanuel Dania (ANN) and Comrade Bishop Amakiri (YPP) signed a press statement released after the meeting on Friday.

Both parties will present a consensus presidential candidate in the coming elections and they are also engaging with other “ideological driven Political Parties that are neither with the APC nor PDP with the aim of further consolidating on the gains already made.”

See the full statement below:

The political landscape of Nigeria is beginning to get the much desired clarity with few weeks to the general elections thereby giving all patriotic stakeholders the opportunity to take informed decisions that will herald a political direction different from the status quo.

Nigeria is in dire need of a paradigm shift and this cannot happen by wishful thinking but through conscious efforts by selfless Nigerians to disrupt the system in order to end the combined 19 years of inept leadership of the PDP and APC, which no doubt has kept us in this present socio-economic and political shackles with no solution in sight anytime soon.

Only those benefiting from the current dysfunctional system will be satisfied with the state of our nation as virtually all economic indices seem to be on a downward spiral with high rate of inflation, unemployment, poverty, insecurity are the resultant effects on the psyche and living standards of Nigerians.

It is in a bid to end the aforementioned trend and change the current narrative that the joint leadership of the Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN) and Young Progressives Party (YPP) after painstaking deliberation, decided in the interest of the nation to forge a formidable coalition known as “the Force” in order to help salvage our great country from those who have held it hostage for far too long.

The Force is expected to be a political point of convergence for all those who truly desire to take back Nigeria from the establishment and birth A NEW NIGERIA.

While we understand the enormity of the task ahead considering that our failed leaders will not let go without a fight, our conviction is however anchored on the strength of the over 88 million Nigerians living below the poverty mark of $1.90 per day to decide the fate of our oppressors through their votes.

Furthermore, the Force will in the coming days present a consensus candidate in the February 16, 2019 Presidential election as a mark of our collective resolve to give Nigerians a credible alternative away from the past when Nigerians are faced with the dilemma of choosing between two undesirables.

We also want to bring to the attention of Nigerians the ongoing engagement with other ideological driven Political Parties that are neither with the APC nor PDP with the aim of further consolidating on the gains already made.

Conclusively, while some may want to query the timing of our action, our response is simple; “it is not too late to save Nigeria and there is no better time to save her than NOW”.


  1. Curious

    January 26, 2019 at 8:54 am

    Why didn’t dey do this since?

    • Tincan

      January 26, 2019 at 3:43 pm

      Selfishness I think but they are beginning to see the light. The question is, is it too late?

    • Cocoa

      January 26, 2019 at 5:33 pm

      Its not time to cry over spilt milk. Its done now. Go out and VOTE! Lets get our Nigeria back!!

  2. Dora

    January 26, 2019 at 1:26 pm

    Praise God! Finally there’s hope for the deliverance of our people from bondage. Lord please use these men as the Moses of our country and bring us out from the land of Egypt (APC/PDP). Thank you Lord!

  3. Cocoa

    January 26, 2019 at 5:31 pm

    AMEN!! Deliver us from Egypt oh Lord!!!!!!! Let Your will be done. Let Your kingdom come in NIgeria! amen!!

  4. Baybie

    January 26, 2019 at 5:49 pm

    The Force? Please they need to choose a more Nigerian friendly name. Remember, majority of the voters need to feel represented before they can even consider you o! Social media warriors are just a small fraction of the people with PVC. Please connect with people offline o! We are rooting for you people sha!

  5. gbaskelebo

    January 26, 2019 at 11:04 pm

    A little too late, here I talk about party structure in the wards and villages in the most remote area of Nigeria, who knows about The Force? or Alliance for New Nigeria and Young Peoples Party, I will advice you begin to build your party structure from grassroot, hopefully in 4 years time you guys will be ready.Till then don’t share the main opposition vote!

  6. TT

    January 28, 2019 at 6:42 pm

    hmmmm…. Emmanuel Macron has now entered list of worst presidents ever had in France.

    Sometimes these young candidates are too unrealistic with their radical strategies.

    I hope God helps Nigeria

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