Top slogans that were common prior to the 2019 Presidential Election on Social Media

– The 2019 Presidential Election saw different slogans coming up from different political parties and their supporters on social media prior to the election

The 2019 Presidential has come and gone but the election came with some new slogans that went viral on various social media platforms which were made popular by political parties and their supporters.

Some of the social media and forums were the slogan trended massively include, Twitter, Facebook, Nairaland among others.

It was surprising to note that some of these slogans were so popular, you don’t need to mention the political party’s name before you know it is attributed to them.

Below are the top slogans that trended on Social Media,

1. 4+4 – Next Level

This slogan was popular with the presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress, Pres. Muhammadu Buhari.

The Pres. started this slogan when he showed eight fingers when he went to the National Assembly, ever since then the 4+4 slogan had gone ahead to become a popular slogan among supporters of the APC.

4+4 means Pres. Buhari had used four years and is going for another four years making it 8 years all together.

2. Atikulated

This slogan was common among the supporters of the Presidential candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP.

You will see posts like ‘I am Atikulated’ which is a show of support for Alh. Atiku Abubakar of the PDP.

The origin of this slogan is unknown.

3. Obidient

This slogan was used by supporters of the Vice Presidential candidate of the PDP, Peter Obi.

4. Starboy

You might not really come across this slogans or should I say nickname but it was used to refer to the Vice Pres. Prof. Yemi Osinbajo.

5. Take It Back

This slogan was popular with the supporters of the African Action Congress AAC and it Presidential candidate, Omoyele Sowore, who came third in the 2019 Presidential election.

Note: there were other slogans but these were the popular ones.

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