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N40M: Aspirant Sues PDP Over High Cost Of Nomination Form

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Okey Uzoho, a presidential hopeful, has filed a case against the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for allegedly denying him the opportunity to contest in the party’s May 28, 2022, presidential primary.⁣pdp

Uzoho, a lawyer and member of the People’s Democratic Party, claimed that the high cost of the expression of interest and nomination forms for presidential hopefuls will prevent him from participating in the primary.⁣
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It is no news that Nigerians have been complaining about the high cost of nomination forms come 2023 elections. While PDP presidential nomination form is N40million, APC’s presidential nomination form is N100million.
⁣READ ALSO: 2023: I Am Not Here For Any Consensus Rubbish – Wike Blasts Saraki, Atiku And Other PDP Aspirants As He Calls For Equity and Fairness
The PDP had fixed N40 million for its expression of interest and nomination forms for presidential aspirants.⁣Resign And Apologise To Nigerians - PDP To Fashola Over Bad Roads CommentTrending video of the day;

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