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Action Democratic Party (ADP) The fastest growing party in Nigeria is today officially kicking off it's membership online registration. #TheCredibleAlternative #JoinADP
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Hatijim Tijjani
· March 29, 2018
It is the time that the people team up to bring the best in them.
At ADP Trust is the driven force.
Olayanju Olubosede
· October 22, 2017
This party is a new party to rescue the entire country from the hands of wicked people ruling us from the past and let us say no to Dictatorship kinds of Government. We need to set our self free from bondage.
Omale Frank
· January 5, 2018
With the Recent happenings i almost gave up on a better #Nigeria, but i realized that there are still people who believe in a better #Nigeria. So i will join the train to make #Nigeria great again. Support ADP
Ras Felix Peter Vogarempi
· January 31, 2018
we are here to make difference, to make Nigeria a better place
Olabisi John Fakunle
· March 10, 2018
I believe working together we can achieve more in other to safe our beautiful democracy by joining ADP today...
Abdulrahman Muhammad
· December 26, 2017
This party is for us especially the youth. The better alternative. The Best party to move this country to a be
Celestine Ekoh-Ordan
· September 29, 2017
they don't even have a website where one can find information about them, even on things as basic as their manifesto
Sanni Musa Olawale
· January 26, 2018
Is good to be good, the party will soon take over throughout Nigeria.
Segun Adebambo
· June 19, 2017
Will like to know the credibility of the party chieftains and what they have in stock for the masses. How they intend to rescue the current economic situations without excuse or blaming their ineffici...ency on past leaders that they left no money in government accounts.
Can they apply their intellectuals to rescue the economy from zero account balance within 15 months into government?
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Agbaje Babarinu
· December 15, 2017
Senate Passed The Electoral Act No. 6 2010 Amendment Bill 2017. Bans Manual Accreditation.
**Card Reader technology to be fully implemented henceforth...
**House of Reps aspirants to pay N1,000,000.00
**State Assembly aspirants to pay 500,000,00
1. There shall now be full biometric accreditation of voters with Smart Card Readers and/or other technological devices, as INEC may introduce for elections from time to time.
2. Presiding Officers must now instantly transmit accreditation data and results from Polling Units to various collation centers. Presiding officer who contravene this shall be imprisoned for at least 5 years (no option of fine).
3. All Presiding Officer must now first record accreditation data and polling results on INEC’s prescribed forms before transmitting them. The data/result recorded must be the same with what they transmitted.
4. INEC now has unfettered powers to conduct elections by electronic voting.
5. Besides manual registers, INEC is now mandated to keep Electronic registers of voters.
6. INEC is now mandated to publish voters’ registers on its official website(s) for public scrutiny at least 30 days before a general election and any INEC staff who is responsible for this but fails to act as prescribed shall be liable on conviction to 6 months’ imprisonment.
7. INEC is now mandated to keep a National Electronic Register of Election Results as a distinct database or repository of polling unit by polling unit results for all elections conducted by INEC.
8. Collation of election result is now mainly electronic, as transmitted unit results will help to determine final results on real time basis.
9. INEC is now mandated to record details of electoral materials – quantities, serial numbers used to conduct elections (for proper tracking).
10. A political party whose candidate dies after commencement of an election and before the declaration of the result of that election now has a 14-day window to conduct a fresh primary in order for INEC to conduct a fresh election within 21 days of the death of the party’s candidate;
11. Political parties’ Polling Agents are now entitled to inspect originals of electoral materials before commencement of election and any Presiding Officer who violates this provision of the law shall be imprisoned for at least1 year.
12. No political party can impose qualification/disqualification criteria, measures or conditions on any Nigerian for the purpose of nomination for elective offices, except as provided in the 1999 Constitution.
13. The election of a winner of an election can no longer be challenged on grounds of qualification, if the he (winner) satisfied the applicable requirements of sections 65, 106,
131 or 177 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended) and he is not, as may be applicable, in breach of sections 66, 107, 137 or 182 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999. [For example, a person’s election cannot be challenged on the ground that he did not pay tax, as this is not a qualifying condition under the Constitution.]
14. All members of political parties are now eligible to determine the ad-hoc delegates to elect candidates of parties in indirect primaries. The capacity of party executives to unduly influence or rig party primaries has been reasonably curtailed, if not totally removed.
15. Parties can no longer impose arbitrary nomination fees on political aspirants. The Bill passed prescribes limits for each elective office as follows:
(a) One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira (N150,000) for a Ward Councillorship aspirant in the FCT;
(b) Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira (N250,000) for an Area Council Chairmanship aspirant in the FCT;
(c) Five Hundred Thousand Naira (N500,000) for a House of Assembly aspirant;
(d) One Million Naira (N1,000,000) for a House of Representatives aspirant;
(e) Two Million Naira (N2,000,000) for a Senatorial aspirant;
(f) Five Million naira (N5,000,000) for a Governorship aspirant; and
(g) Ten Million Naira (N10,000,000) for a Presidential aspirant.
16. Relying on the powers of the National Assembly in Paragraph 11 of Part II (Concurrent Legislative List) of the Second Schedule (Legislative Powers) to the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended), the Senate also passed measures reforming procedures regulating Local Government Elections. State Independent Electoral Commissions can no longer conduct elections that do not meet minimum standards of credibility.
17. Any INEC official who disobeys a tribunal order for inspection of electoral materials shall be imprisoned for 2 years!
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Maka-d Obed
· November 6, 2017
iam actually looking forward to know about this new political party even to become if I real satisfy with its mandate
Bala Eleojo Musa
· February 4, 2018
Party with vision
Party with no tribalism
Party with light
Reuben Gadu Yakubu
· July 25, 2017
I look at ADP as a Saviour who will link us to true democratic processes if only we do away with illnesses like suppression that prevent other Parties from reaching perfection. While others are worsh...iping godfatherism, ADP should look at credible and grassroots acceptable candidates See More
Benedict Duru
· June 12, 2017
adp is the new face of true Nigerian democracy, against the norms of past military leaders impunity/dictatorship , and more room for youth active participation in politics
John Kennedy Momodu
· January 16, 2018
This is a Great Party of the Next Generation. The Credible Alternative!
Wilson Ijamakinwa
· July 21, 2017
Based on the facts that Nigerians had gone through many options, with no results, here is the party determined to rescue us from longsufferings.let's work together for a better Nigeria.
Panmun Dipun
· August 29, 2017
I believe with good awareness, I look at ADP as a platform for which youths can me giving mandate to flag the ticket of the party... And I assure u all ADP is taking over
Adamu Salihu Rijau
· September 12, 2017
Even if APC fails PDP is not an option, so let put hands together for a better tomorrow
Ayodele Samson
· October 13, 2017
ADP Action Democratic Party The party to rule d Nation 2019 in JESUS mighty name Amen
Japhet Mongol
· July 14, 2017
It is obvious ADP is the new bride and the only hope for Nigeria. We will work hard to enhance it chances every where.
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