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Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by FBIL: 7:37am On Nov 09
Olawekpo Hashim, Kingsley Moghalu, Oby Ezeks and Sowure are all playing to the gallery. They will never get votes from Igbos in Lagos, SS, SE and elsewhere. The good thing is that Hashim and Sowura will help to whittle down the SW votes because SE, SS and SW vote in different pattern.
Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by bilms(m): 8:45am On Nov 09
Gohashim2019

Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by oyebolaidris: 9:41am On Nov 09
i stand with pmb

Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by hush15: 9:51am On Nov 09
bilms:
2019 Presidency:Why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others should support PT's Hashim- Mr Rights

In Mr Rights candid observation, Olawepo Hashim is the only new breed politician that is truly capable of challenging the dou of Buhari and Atiku and it would be in the best interest of the country for other candidates to support him to rescue Nigeria



The 2019 general election is around the corner and the coast is getting clearer, especially with the release by Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), of the list of political parties participating in the upcoming election.

Recently, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) released the list of 89 political parties, participating in the 2019 general elections and out of the political parties fielding candidates across various positions, 79 of them have presidential candidates.

The focus here is on the new breed presidential candidates, majority of whom are expected to understand the importance of teaming up to project a formidable third force to challenge the duo of President Muhammadu Buhari and former Vice President Atiku Abubakar.

It should be understood that for the new breed politicians to disrupt the system or stand a chance of making any strong statement or truly seizing the political space, they must first and foremost learn the act of making alliances. There is no other way out.

This is necessary because, even the old and established politicians that have amassed so much wealth and continued to recycle themselves in government are still making alliances because they understand that without alliance and re-alliance, there is no politics.

So, if those who have the billions to spend, the long term structures as well as large political networks are making more alliances to brighten their chances of victory, what other option does the new breed politicians have to make head way in the battle for the soul of Nigeria?

Although, with the release of participating parties by INEC, many young and vibrant aspirants who had earlier indicated interest in the number one job are no longer in the race, notwithstanding, there are still considerable numbers of excellent new breed such as Dr. Mrs. Oby Ezekwesili of ACPN, Omoyele Sowore of AAC, Kingsley Mogalu of YPP, Tope Fasua of ANRP and a host of others.

However, apart from the above listed candidates who are individually capable, another extra ordinary new breed politician is the Presidential candidate of third force movement and Peoples Trust (PT), Mr. Olawepo Hashim who was recently adopted by 10 other political parties and the Olisa Agbakoba’s led National Intervention Movement (NIM).

In Mr Rights candid observation, Olawepo Hashim is the only new breed politician that is truly capable of challenging the dou of Buhari and Atiku and it would be in the best interest of the country for other candidates to support him to rescue Nigeria

Don t believe me? Check the available facts.

Firstly, there are about 460 political offices to be contested for at the federal level which include the Presidency, Senate and Federal House of representative. For any one running for president to stand a chance, his/her party must strongly contest a considerable number of seats at both senate and House of Representatives. However, this is not the case for many of the new breed presidential candidates.

For example, while Sowore’s party, AAC has 30 out of possible 460 candidates across the country, Madam Oby’s party, ACPN has less than 60, Durotoye’s ANN has above 20, Fasua’s ANRP has below 20 and Kingsley Moghalu’s YPP has about 70.

However, Olawepo Hashim’s Peoples Trust (PT) has about 200 candidates across the country, making him one of the most formidable new breed politicians.

Out of all the newly registered political parties in the country, People’s Trust (PT) of Hashim is the number one with the highest candidates running for offices across the country, indicating their level of grassroots structures.

Also, it is important to equally note that, Olawepo’s Peoples Trust has more candidates running for offices than older political parties such as APGA, Kowa, Accord Party, AD etc.

It is worthy to mention that, out of the 79 political parties fielding presidential candidates, only about 8 of them have up to 190 candidates out of possible 460. Olawepo’s Peoples Trust is one of those 8 political parties. This goes to show that, in terms of his party’s national spread, there is something concrete on the ground for the candidate to bank on, making him the real third force.

Secondly, apart from the party’s spread which can be verified on the INEC list, it has been stated that Gbenga Olawepo Hashim’s (GOH) campaign structure is actively present in all 774 local governments of Nigeria. It was reliably gathered that due to the earlier hijack of ANN by vested interest at the presidency, which later led to an alliance with Peoples Trust, many of his associates could not submit their forms to enable them stand as candidates in their respective constituencies. What this means is that, beyond the party strength as seen on the INEC’s list, Olawepo Hashim actually have a more formidable structure which rightly made him a strong contender for the presidency against the duo of Buhari and Atiku.

Thirdly, while the Presidential Aspirants Coming Together (PACT) initiated by Mathias Tsado, former aspirant under the Action Democratic Party (ADP) could not see the light of day, with several of its members backing out, Hashim on the other hand have been able to get endorsement from 10 other political parties. This is in addition to his adoption by the Olisa Agbakoba’s National Intervention Movement (NIM).

Fourthly, based on INEC’s requirement, each party should have at least two (2) agents at the polling units across the country and from record, there are about 120,000 polling units in the country, meaning that each party is expected to have about 240,000 agents. If we are to be honest to ourselves, none of the new breed politicians have the capacity to have half of this number except Hashim.

It was also reliably gathered that even as we speak, the GOH structure of Hashim already has these agents ready in all of the 240,000 polling units, in readiness for the general election.

It is therefore imperative that all new breed candidates consider working with Hashim to brighten the chance of the third force and truly position it to take over the country come 2019.

https://mrrightsng.blogspot.com/2018/11/2019-presidency-why-madam-oby-sowore.html

Here are my own reasons why he cant win. One, he cant divide northen votes.

He isnt popular as buhari in the north and the north would rather prefer things to get worse than loose their presidency hold. Atiku is another candidate that can allow the northern elites and followers choose to play fair since its between two fulani. So Atiku stands a better chance at dividing the northern votes. Mind you, states like Taraba, Zamfara, Adamawa, Sokoto, Gombe, etc are already leaning towards PDP. Those are the two parties they know there.

For a government like Buhari, he doesnt have the capacity to stand against them. When you are in a contest like this with APC, APC will throw everything at you; the good, the bad and the ugly. They will brimg you to your lowest, try and do everything posssible to question your intergrity. Can he pull thru? We already see what they are bringing against Atiku who is the major contender and i dont blame Atiku for being in dubai now pending when campaign starts, he just need to focus and stay clear of distractions as God is already distracting the APC with APC themselves. More reason why i believe its Atikus time. APC throws a shade and all of a sudden, there is confusion in their camps.

GOH doesnt have a federal presence already. He is just starting. There is a limit to his support. This may be a weak point but it is crucial. APC has the presidency, PDP has the legislative and this presence are being used tactically to garner support even to the grassroot. Electorates tend to listen more to established and sure systems because they constitute the government at hand than one thats yet to have a go at it. Their chances are slim, they will think. Atiku who is an ex vice president with PDP stalwarts stands a better chance to contest against the incumbent in this regards.

Should APC use the Ekiti amd Osun tactics im the forthcoming elections against candidates like GOH, its and easy win for the APC but with those in the opposition in power also, it wont be an easy walk in the park.


All these new entrants should have gone for the senate first. They just gunning the wrong sit. APC are not even bothered about them cos Atiku is the mam to beat here. I will say GOH should team up with Atiku instead afterall, he was a PDP member too.
Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by ajl: 10:41am On Nov 09
Sowore is the most popular new breed candidate. Who is Hashim. And more so, his African Action Congress is the most organized party.

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Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by SeriouslySense: 10:42am On Nov 09
laurel03:
Sowore is the most popular candidate in division 2 of presidential aspirants

Omoyele Sowore is the strongest one, between the new aspirants, they should support Sowore

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Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by SeriouslySense: 11:15am On Nov 09
Please, we already know, Sowore, Moghalu and fela Durotoye are the best and they are the ones that can make Nigeria better, they should all support Omoyele Sowore

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Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by bilms(m): 11:19am On Nov 09
ajl:
Sowore is the most popular new breed candidate. Who is Hashim. And more so, his African Action Congress is the most organized party.

What do you mean by most organised?

We have gone beyond making baseless claims. INEC has released it's list,there was no place AAC

So far, PT is the most organised and most structured. This is a fact beyond any doubt.
Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by deleo16(m): 1:45pm On Nov 09
IamAtikulate:

Atiku is not perfect, but he is far better than Buhari and he is the only one that can challenge Buhari at the polls.

I am supporting him because of restructuring. Believe me, with GEJ a core restructurist in the game he wouldn't fail in that regard.

We want Durutonye, but that would be gifting Buhari the Presidency and this means another 4 years of blood and tears.

Never shall we allow terrorists near our corridors of power.
continue deceiving yourself let him enter he restructure noting they understand our language before election sweet talk voters with restructe once they are voted in story story begins
Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by ajl: 1:45pm On Nov 09
bilms:


What do you mean by most organised?

We have gone beyond making baseless claims. INEC has released it's list,there was no place AAC

So far, PT is the most organised and most structured. This is a fact beyond any doubt.

Here are the facts based in my observations.
-Successfully registered a newly formed political party within 6 months of coming on the scene.
-Successfully traveled to 30-32 states within 5 months on grassroots campaign and firsthand familiarisation tour.
-Successfully held over 100 town hall meetings.in 30 different states of the federation.
-Held town hall meetings in multiple foreign countries and cities which was locally organized by Nigerians in diaspora with a rule of minimum of 200 local participants for him to accept the invitation to visit. These include far location like Australia.
-First Nigeria to fund presidential election campaign via crowd-funding on GoFundMe, and local Nigeria bank account where Nigerian donates fund. He has transparently raised more than N60 million through these avenues with all names of donor announced on social media with thank you messages.
-Successfully raised funds via multiple fund-raising dinners in most foreign cities he visited. For example, he raised N5 - N6 million in Australia alone just about a week ago
-Successfully held party primaries without any drama and stories of cross-carpeting among party candidates.
-Held so many media interviews including one where he faced current minister of communication whom he told "you won't be laughing this time next year" and just few months after Mr Adebayo Shittu,, the minister of communication is surely not in laughing mood and would very likely loose his ministerial position and all political aspirations and his political career because it was revealed that he never did NYSC.
- And he successfully "navigated" and avoided political suicide by not participating in PACT, which was deliberately set up by old school political parties in collaboration with some new aspiration in order to target few aspirants like Sowore and Moghalu. Unfortunately Moghalu fell for it. Sowore only attended first meeting and stopped coming after heard some young aspirants saying the old politicians requested that they come up with a single aspirant and report back to them (e g. Obasanjo).

This show that Sowore is the new political gladiator. I am a newly registered member of his party, African Action Congress, and I fund his campaign with weekly donations via GoFundMe.

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Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by bilms(m): 3:33pm On Nov 09
ajl:


Here are the facts based in my observations.
-Successfully registered a newly formed political party within 6 months of coming on the scene.
-Successfully traveled to 30-32 states within 5 months on grassroots campaign and firsthand familiarisation tour.
-Successfully held over 100 town hall meetings.in 30 different states of the federation.
-Held town hall meetings in multiple foreign countries and cities which was locally organized by Nigerians in diaspora with a rule of minimum of 200 local participants for him to accept the invitation to visit. These include far location like Australia.
-First Nigeria to fund presidential election campaign via crowd-funding on GoFundMe, and local Nigeria bank account where Nigerian donates fund. He has transparently raised more than N60 million through these avenues with all names of donor announced on social media with thank you messages.
-Successfully raised funds via multiple fund-raising dinners in most foreign cities he visited. For example, he raised N5 - N6 million in Australia alone just about a week ago
-Successfully held party primaries without any drama and stories of cross-carpeting among party candidates.
-Held so many media interviews including one where he faced current minister of communication whom he told "you won't be laughing this time next year" and just few months after Mr Adebayo Shittu,, the minister of communication is surely not in laughing mood and would very likely loose his ministerial position and all political aspirations and his political career because it was revealed that he never did NYSC.
- And he successfully "navigated" and avoided political suicide by not participating in PACT, which was deliberately set up by old school political parties in collaboration with some new aspiration in order to target few aspirants like Sowore and Moghalu. Unfortunately Moghalu fell for it. Sowore only attended first meeting and stopped coming after heard some young aspirants saying the old politicians requested that they come up with a single aspirant and report back to them (e g. Obasanjo).

This show that Sowore is the new political gladiator. I am a newly registered member of his party, African Action Congress, and I fund his campaign with weekly donations via GoFundMe.


This is why i said we have gone pass that stage.

While He his talking about 100 town hall. Hashim to my understanding have had over 500 town hall meetings in local governments, not just states.

The result is what you see..
Re: 2019 Presidency:why Madam Oby, Sowore, Moghalu,others Should Support Pt's Hashim by IamAtikulate: 7:33pm On Nov 09
deleo16:
continue deceiving yourself let him enter he restructure noting they understand our language before election sweet talk voters with restructe once they are voted in story story begins
Atiku is not Buhari. We trust him

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