A coalition of political parties under the umbrella of the Presidential Aspirants Coming Together (PACT) has unanimously elected Fela Durotoye as their consensus candidate.
He emerged after an election among 11 presidential aspirants who participated in the concensus process.
He will be flying the flag of Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN) on behalf of 10 other aspirants in the 2019 general election.
It was gathered that 18 presidential aspirants agreed to elect a consensus candidate, but some opted out of the process few hours before the election, leaving 11 aspirants to participate.
The election was monitored and observed by Oby Ezekwezili, Nigeria’s former Minister of Education, who described the process as transparent and credible.
Aspirants from different political parties, including Kingsley Moghalu, were present at the event.
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