Joe Igbokwe, who was the spokesperson of All Progressive Congress (APC), Lagos State chapter, has taken to his official Facebook handle to react after some well known Nigerians, including the former Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, Attahiru Jega and a political economist, Prof. Pat Utomi, unveiled a mega political movement with the aim of challenging the country's dominated parties, the All Progressive Congress (APC), and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
This information was disclosed by a reliable social media platform called "PUNCH", adding that the mega group, which would later transform into a political party, would stand up against the country's dominated parties, such as APC, PDP, and others.
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Based on these notes, the exceptionally boisterous APC supporter, and special adviser to the Lagos State governor and special adviser to the Lagos State chapter, Joe Igbokwe said, "Building a new party to win elections in Nigeria is not moin-moin. It will take them 20 - 25 years to build. Go and ask Asiwaju Bat".
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This post has attracted a lot of reactions from Nigerians as they took to the comment box to share their thoughts. The majority is of the view that Joe Igbokwe is right in this, adding that to build up a political party in Nigeria is not what anyone can achieve within a short period of time.
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