Names Of Five New Political Parties In Nigeria Registered By INEC

Names Of Five New Political Parties In Nigeria Registered By INEC

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, on Wednesday confirmed registration of five new political parties for the country.

The commission’s spokesperson, Adedeji Soyebi, said in a statement that the registration of the new parties has brought to 45 the total number of political parties in Nigeria.

The newly registered parties are:

Young Progressive Party (YPP)

Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (APDA)

New Generation Party of Nigeria (NGP)

All Democratic Peoples Movement (ADPM)

Action Democratic Party (ADP)

We do not know the major backers, sponsors or funders of these new parties, yet. Below is the list of existing political parties in Nigeria now,

Fourth Republic (1999-present)

Advanced Congress of Democrats (ACD)
Alliance for Democracy (AD)
Action Democratic Party (ADP)
All Democratic Peoples Movement (ADPM)
All Progressives Congress (APC)
African Democratic Congress (ADC)
Advanced Peoples Democratic Alliance (APDA)[1]
All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA)
All People’s Party (APP)
African Renaissance Party [ARP]
Conscience People’s Congress [CPC]
Communist Party of Nigeria (CPN)
Citizens Popular Party (CPP)
Democratic Alternative (DA)
Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM)
Fresh Democratic Party (FDP)
Labour Party [LP]
Masses Movement of Nigeria (MMN)
National Conscience Party (NCP)
New Democrats (ND)
New Generations Party of Nigeria (NGP)
National Democratic Party (NDP)
People’s Democratic Party (PDP)[2]
Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA)
People Progressive Party (PPP)
People’s Redemption Party (PRP)
People’s Salvation Party (PSP)
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Social Democratic Mega Party (SDMP)
Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN)
Social Democratic Party (SDP)
United Nigeria People’s Party (UNPP)
United Progressive Party (UPP)[3]
Mega People Political Party
Young Progressive Party (YPP)

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