Pres. Buhari and VP Yemi Osinbajo To Participate In Live Televised Presidential Townhall Interactive Program ‘The Candidates’ Today By 8pm

– The Incumbent President and Vice President, Muhammadu Buhari and Yemi Osinbajo  will partake in an interactive presidential town hall program today

– The Town Hall program has been titled the ‘The Candidates’ and other presidential and VP candidates from other parties will be invited at stipulated dates

According to a new report gathered by IGoSabi, there will be a Live Televised Program titled ‘The Candidates’ starting from today.
The report hinted that the current President and Vice President, Muhammadu Buhari and Yemi Osinbajo will be the first candidates to participate in the two hours program tonight.
Moreover, it was gathered that the program will take place at Ladi Kwali Conference Center, Sheraton Hotel Abuja.
The report confirming the participation of the All Progressive Congress candidates was made public by Tolu Ogunlesi via his Twitter Handle, who hinted that to attend the program was strictly by invitation.
Tolu Ogunlesi wrote, “President Buhari and VP Osinbajo will on Wed, Jan 16, 2019, at 8:00pm (Nigerian time) participate in a live televised two-hour presidential town-hall programme. The venue shall be the Ladi Kwali Conference Center, Ballroom of Sheraton Hotel Abuja. Attendance strictly by invitation.”

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He further added that the country’s government owned Television Station, NTA will be the only one to air the program but it will in turn ”provide the live feeds to partner stations like TVC, Wazobia TV, Oak TV and on all Radio Nigeria stations. It will also be streamed on-line at (Click Here) to enable Nigerians in diaspora participate.”
The new presidential series, titled “The Candidates”, is designed by the organizers to have Presidential and VP Candidates of selected political parties on stage at the same time and at different dates to take questions from the moderator,  Kadaria Ahmed
and from the general public.”

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