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INEC de-registers 74 political parties

The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has de-registered 74 political parties leaving just 18 others.
 
Professor Mahmood Yakubu, INEC chairman, made this known at a news conference in Abuja today Thursday February 6th.
 
According to the electoral umpire, the commission carried out a review of the performance of political parties after the 2019 general elections to ascertain the ones that qualify. 
 
See full list of the 18 recognised parties and the 74 deregistered parties below:

LIST BELOW:

AAP – Advanced Allied Party
ABP – All Blending Party
ACD- Advanced Congress Of Democrats
ACPN – Allied Congress Party Of Nigeria
AD – Alliance For Democracy
AGA – All Grassroots Alliance
AGAP – All Grand Alliance Party
ANDP – Advanced Nigeria Democratic Party
ANN – Alliance For New Nigeria
ANP – Alliance National Party
ANRP – Abundant Nigeria Renewal Party
APA – African People Alliance
APDA – Advanced People’s Democratic Alliance
APN – Alternative Party Of Nigeria
ASD – Alliance Of Social Democrats
AUN – Alliance For A United Nigeria
BNPP – Better Nigeria Progressive Party
CAP – Change Advocacy Party
CC – Coalition For Change
CNP – Change Nigeria Party
COP – Congress Of Patriots
DA – Democratic Alternative
DPC – Democratic People’s Congress
DPP – Democratic People’s Party
FDP – Fresh Democratic Party
FJP – Freedom And Justice Party
GDPN – Grassroots Development Party Of Nigeria
GPN – Green Party Of Nigeria
HD- Hope Democratic Party
ID- Independent Democrats
JMPP- Justice Must Prevail Party
KP- Kowa Party
LM- Liberation Movement
LPN- Legacy Party Of Nigeria
Maja Mass Action Joint Alliance
MDP- Modern Democratic Party
MMN-  Masses Movement Of Nigeria
MPN- Mega Party Of Nigeria
MRDD – Movement For The Restoration And Defence Of Democracy
NAC- National Action Council
NCMP- Nigeria Community Movement Party
NCP- National Conscience Party
NDCP- Nigeria Democratic Congress Party
NDLP- National Democratic Liberty Party
NEPP- Nigeria Elements Progressive Party
NFD- Nigeria For Democracy
NGP- New Generation Party Of Nigeria
NIP- National Interest Party
NPC- Nigeria People’s Congress
NPM- New Progressive Movement
NUP- National Unity Party
PDC- People For Democratic Change
PDM- People’s Democratic Movement
PPA- Progressive People’s Alliance
PPC- Providence People’s Congress
PPN- People’s Party Of Nigeria
PPP- People’s Progressive Party
PT- People’s Trust
RAP- Reform And Advancement Party
RBNP- Re-Build Nigeria Party
RPN- Restoration Party Of Nigeria
SNC- Save Nigeria Congress
SNP- Sustainable National Party
SPN- Socialist Party Of Nigeria
UDP – United Democratic Party
UP- United Patriots
UPC- United People’s Congress
UPN- Unity Party Of Nigeria
UPP- United Progressive Party
WTPN- We The People Nigeria
YDP- Young Democratic Party
YES- Electorates Solidarity
YP- Youth Party

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