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AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS
« on: August 14, 2018, 12:24:01 PM »
TAKEITBACK MOVEMENT’S POLITICAL PARTY PLATFORM IS AFRICAN ACTION CONGRESS



Today, our movement’s political platform was announced as one of the newly registered political parties by INEC.

On August 15th, the official unveiling of our party, the AAC, will hold at the Party Headquarters in ABUJA. We will also be announcing the members of our Coalition of Authentic Progressive Parties & Organisations (CAPPO) on that date.

With our own dedicated party platform, we are now able to match up a pace setting movement with a transformative political platform.

We call on progressives and youth everywhere to embrace the AAC. Our party is the authentic platform for political transformation in Nigeria.

Take it Back - Action!!!



Dr Malcolm Fabiyi
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TakeItBack Movement/Sowore 2019 Campaign


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« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2018, 12:26:30 PM »
The Movement is *Take It Back*
The Party is *African Action Party*
Our party’s slogan will be - *Take it Back - Action!!!*




Replace your WhatsApp group profiles with the new AAC logo!

*Take it Back - Action!!!*

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« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2018, 01:36:33 PM »
Please share

At last, we've got the party platform for young, pragmatic and transformation leadership....collectively, we're kicking out the plunderers of our commonwealth and taking back the soul of our nation.

It's action time, no dulling, no sitting on the fence - all sleeves rolled up, all hands on deck and on the plough, no looking back.

The train for a true transformation and progressive leadership is about taking off.

Let's do away with the old unprofitable order, let's confine APC and PDP to the ignoble dustbin of history where they truly belong.

Join us
African Action Congress is the vehicle and we're taking back our nation for good and greatness.

My name is Wale Adeleke and I endorse AAC.

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« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2018, 01:41:37 PM »
*Emblem of the African Action Congress*



Earlier on Tuesday, 14th August, 2018, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, announces the African Action Congress, the official political  party of Mr. Omoyele Sowore, as one of the 23 newly registered political parties.

After series of encouragement from Nigerians to Mr. Omoyele Sowore to declare his political party.

The party did not only come with a befitting name that the entire Nigerians can relate to, it also comes with an artistic emblem which captures the sole objective of the *#TakeItBack Movement*.

Let's take a look at the emblem.

The emblem/logo shows *'two distinct hands'* waving/stretching towards the ray of the Sun.

The hands symbolize our cultural complexity. The overall piece is a call to *Action*.

Interdependence, they say, is a stronger knight than independence... We need all *hands* on deck.  Irrespective of your tribe, ethnic group, religious affiliation, and sex.

Let's make Nigeria great (Shine) again. Together, we can.

 *#TakeItBack - Action*             
*African Action Congress*                     
*OmoyeleSowore 2019*   

*Critique*

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23 New political parties registered by INEC
« Reply #4 on: August 14, 2018, 01:59:55 PM »
The Independent National Electoral Commission has registered 23 new political parties, bringing the total number of parties to 91.



The 23 parties are: Advanced Alliance Party, Advanced Nigeria Democratic Party, African Action Congress, Alliance for a United Nigeria, Alliance of Social Democrats, Alliance National Party, Allied People’s Movement and Alternative Party of Nigeria.

Others include: Change Nigeria Party, Congress Of Patriots, Liberation Movement, Movement for Restoration and Defence of Democracy, Nigeria Community Movement Party, Nigeria For Democracy, Peoples Coalition Party, Reform and Advancement Party, Save Nigeria Congress and the United Patriots.

INEC also registered United Peoples Congress, We The People Nigeria, Yes Electorates Solidarity, Youth Party and Zenith Labour Party.


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« Reply #5 on: August 14, 2018, 02:01:11 PM »
Yes in God we trust Sowore for life God bless him And God bless Nigeria one love

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Yes in God we trust Sowore for life God bless him And God bless Nigeria one love

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« Reply #7 on: August 15, 2018, 04:03:24 AM »
*TIB & African Action Congress Needs Your Donations*



Our party is here! Thanks to the members of the team that worked hard on the registration effort and to all of you for your patience during the journey.

The work has just begun!

Over the next few days we will be staging a number of activities that will require your generous support, starting with the world press conference that will hold at our party HQ in ABUJA today and other party start up activities that are planned for the rest of the week.

We need your financial support to assist us with these activities.

Please make donations of any size directly to the movement account at:

*Naira Account Name:* Sowore Omoyele S. Presidential Campaign Account
*Zenith Bank Account Number:* 1006023871.

*Payment Link:* https://paystack.com/pay/sowore2019

Dr Malcolm Fabiyi
Director General TakeItBack / Sowore2019  Campaign

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« Reply #10 on: August 17, 2018, 09:51:45 AM »
*TIB & African Action Congress Announce Congress and Convention Dates*

1. *September 22nd* : State Congresses for selection of Gubernatorial, Senatorial, House of Reps, State Assembly, LGA Chairman and Councilor candidates (36 States and FCT)
2. *September 29th*: New York Diaspora Convention for TIB / AAC (New York, USA)
3. *October 6th*: National Convention for nomination of Party Presidential Candidate (Nigeria)

Stay tuned for further details.

Dr Malcolm Fabiyi
DG TakeItBack Movement/ Sowore 2019 Campaign

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« Reply #11 on: August 18, 2018, 04:23:23 AM »
*Sowore is just a 'Students' Union President'.




1. In less than 6 months, Sowore, without owning a private jet has travelled to 28 States in Nigeria and over 10 Countries engaging Nigerians everywhere they are. He has communicated to Nigerians more than the sitting President Buhari.

- *I think I prefer this 'Students' Union President'*

2. He has thoroughly shaken the polity by engaging Nigerians with ideas, most of which has been stolen by the ruling party. When he promised to pay 100 thousand naira as 'living' wage, asserting boldly that he and his team have done the calculations to ascertain the feasibility and sustainability, many 'Economists on Facebook' booed him saying that he is not knowledgeable. 3 days later, the Senate started discussing 65 thousand naira as 'minimum' wage.

 - *I think I prefer this Students' Union President*

3. He did not stop at that. He promised 50 thousand naira as NYSC 'allawee'. That immediately would cause inflation according to 'Buharinomists' whose knowledge of Economics is only for the rich and greedy. They cease to understand Economics when it involves the poor and needy.
Today, the news is everywhere that the FG would pay *#49, 800* even though it has not been implemented.

- *It seems this 'Students' Union President' understands Economics that favours the poor*

4. Whenever he talks about fighting Corruption, they don't debate it with him because they know he is already doing that with his 50 naira pen, laptop and his feet on the ground. Just imagine what will happen if he was the Grand Commander of all Armed Forces!

- *I think I prefer this 'Students' Union President'*

5. In order to promote National Unity and Cohesion, he has mentioned among other things, scrapping the idea of 'State of Origin' which has divided Nigerians. This idea has birthed and promoted favoritism, nepotism and gross malfeasance. Nigerians don't get what they deserve anymore except they connect with an 'oga-at-the-top' who is from their clan. The mainstream politicians can't even think of such action because it would infuriate their godfathers. These suzerains enjoy subservience.

- *I think this 'Students' Union President' is bringing into governance the Campus thing- where First Class degree isn't awarded because of tribal affiliations but intellectual capacity*


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« Reply #12 on: August 18, 2018, 04:25:55 AM »
6. This is someone who went to South Africa and protested the Xenophobia going on there. For calling Nigeria, South Africa's 'big brother', his interview with SABC was cancelled. He did not back out of his fight for Nigerians. He repeated that statement on another station.

- *I think this 'Students' Union President' is needed more than those who CONDEMN the killings of Nigerians only on the pages of newspapers*

7. I saw somewhere not long ago this question- 'Why would a Presidential aspirant be protesting?'
This question, first of all shows how intellectualism has left our kind of Education in Nigeria.
We have been taught how 'Presidential materials' don't talk tough but softly. 'Presidential materials' are agbada-wearing people. 'They are money-bags'. These are thoughts caused by low-level education.
The good news is that all of these false postulations made by the elite Sowore has crushed in just 6 months. He has shown to so many young Nigerians that they don't have to be  money-bags before they seek elective positions or provide leadership. He has shown that they do not have to come from a family with political capital due to BIG Surnames before they can contest in elections. He has taught a generation how to make their IDEAS bold on posters and not FAMILY NAMES.

It is not out of place to mention that we have so many troubles in Nigeria seeking attention.
If all the 90 political parties (except the ruling party APC)  we have today in Nigeria picked one problem each and protested massively, we would be close to freedom, at least the crumbs of the dividends of democracy may get to the masses.
The ruling party would be put on their toes.

Just like the 2-day old political party- African Action Congress (AAC) protested the attacks on Press Freedom which saw to the release of a detained journalist, let the ancient PDP protest against poor Housing. APGA should pick bad economy. AAP should cry out over Corruption. Anti-democratic policies are there for NCP to protest against. A company of KOWA, NIP, SDP, JP etc could pick Buhari's reckless flouting of Court orders. Political parties  should not be vehicles for hire to drive politicians to their  destinations- Aso Rock or any other Rock. They are for societal change.

When they talk about 'experience', they make one look up the meaning of the word in the dictionary again and again. What has their own experience done for Nigerians?
Buhari has 'experience' especially in the Petroleum Ministry having served for years as Minister and PTF Chairman. He (Buhari) said in 2014 when petrol was sold for 97 naira that subsidy is a fraud. He asked, mocking the Jonathan's government, 'who is subsidizing who'. This 'man of intergrity' got to Office only for him to remove that same subsidy that does not exist.

- *I think I prefer this 'STUDENTS' UNION PRESIDENT' who has a visible track record of standing by his words*

- *Adeyeye Olorunfemi*

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« Reply #13 on: August 18, 2018, 03:24:08 PM »
*High Prioririty*

*AAC/TiB UK ExCo*
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FAO: Dr. Malcolm Fabiyi-
*DG, TiB Sowore '19 Campaign*


On the *15th of August, 2018* our much-awaited party,  *African Action Congress (AAC)* was announced with the Principal Omoyele Sowore as the *Interim Chairman* and Dr. Leonard Nzenwa as *Secretary General of the AAC Party*.

This appointment puts Dr. Nzenwa in the position to communicate with party members and the public on matters relating to our party- AAC/TiB across the globe.

On Friday the *17th of August, 2018*, the Africa Action Congress Party Convention Timetable was announced on social media platforms signed by the DG TiB Movement/Sowore 2019 Campaign, Dr. Malcom Fabiyi. This raises the following observation and question from AAC/TiB UK Organisation:

1.  *Release of communique on behalf of the AAC party should be done by the Secretary General of the African Action Congress Dr. Leonard Nzenwa* and not from any member or executive of the TakeItBack Movement.
Is there a reason why this protocol has not been followed?

2.  From the timetable released today:
(i)  *September 22nd, 2018*, is States Congresses for selection of Gubernatorial, Senatorial, House of Reps, State Assembly, LGA Chairman and Councillor Candidates (36 States and FCT),

(ii)  *September 29th, 2018*, is for New York Diaspora Convention for TIB / AAC (New York, USA),

(iii)  *October 6th, 2018*, National Convention for Nomination of Party Presidential Candidate (Nigeria).

3.  Does number (ii) New York Diaspora Convention mean all TakeItBackers in diaspora converging in New York for this convention or this involves only Diaspora TakeItBackers in New York?

4.  Is there an agenda for the New York Diaspora Convention as, unlike the others the purpose of convention is not stated?

We demand an urgent explanation from Dr Malcolm Fabiyi for more clarification.

Thank you.

*On behalf of AAC/TiB ExCo*,
Engr. Olusegun Opanuga
Secretary
*AAC/TiB UK SUPPORT GROUP*
[email protected]

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« Reply #14 on: August 19, 2018, 03:00:25 AM »
*TakeItBack Movement Clarifies Our position on the Selection Process for Youth Consensus Candidacy*

TakeItBack Movement believes that a united front comprising of all parties and organizations committed to reclaiming Nigeria from the APC and PDP is necessary.

We enthusiastically supported Sowore’s participation in the July 31st meeting of youth candidates, where he relayed the position of our movement to PACT (Presidential Aspirants Coming Together) about our commitment to a United Front.

We have now had three weeks since that initial forum to assess our association with PACT and the alignment of our engagement to the ideals of our movement.

In the three weeks since that first meeting our convener participated in, we have had an opportunity to assess the impact of PACT.

*POSITIVE FACTORS*

1. *Extension of INEC registration*: We salute the support that PACT gave to the effort to extend voter registration. The success of this effort demonstrates the importance of having a unified voice.

*CONCERNING FACTORS*

1. *Lack of participation in INEC protest action*: PACT committed to support a direct protest on the planned suspension of voter registration on August 17th. While Sowore and the TIB Movement committed ourselves to the agreed action, only one of the other PACT participants joined in the protests at the INEC office.

2. *Lack of participation in active advocacy for release of jailed journalist*: The PACT meeting of August 16th took place at the same time that a protest against the arrest of the PREMIUM TIMES journalist, Samuel Ogundipe, was being held. While Sowore and TIB were engaged in principled protest action at the Police HQ, many of the PACT members remained silent on the critical question of press freedom, which we believe is a crucial pillar for a vibrant democracy. While some later tweeted their support for press freedoms, we were disappointed that more wasn’t done as a collective.

*We are particularly concerned by the proposed consensus candidate selection process that has been agreed to by PACT. Our major concerns are as follows:*

1. *Concerns about Commitment to support ANY consensus candidate that emerges*: We note that several of the members of PACT belong to CUPP or are members of the PDP. As a movement, we cannot commit to a process that would require that our movement should support ANY candidate with direct or indirect ties to the PDP.

2. *Concerns that the selection process excludes the Nigerian people*: As a progressive movement we believe the Nigerian people should have a say in who their leaders should be. Instead of a process that places the fate of Nigerians in the hands of *less than twenty people*, we recommend a process that allows the Nigerian people to participate in the selection of a consensus candidate.

*OUR RECOMMENDATION FOR THE WAY FORWARD TO A DEMOCRATIC CONSENSUS*

1. *Continue with party primaries*: The 17 youth presidential candidates belong to about 6 political parties, including PDP, YPP, ANN, ANRP, AAC and others. After the party primaries, which must all end by October 7th, based on the INEC timetable, the number of contestants would have been reduced  through a democratic process to no more than 6 candidates

2. *Evaluate strength of party organization through the congresses and party convention*: A consensus youth candidate that will defeat the APC and PDP must have a formidable level of support, structure and organization. The party primaries will allow Nigerians to observe the organizational capabilities of all the candidates.

3. *Coalition Building Efforts are Continuing*: We have continued to drive forward with our efforts for a United Front, not just with PACT, but with other political parties and organizations. We are glad to announce that Change Nigeria Party (CNP) is now part of our Coalition. Talks are ongoing with two additional parties - NCP and NAC.

In conclusion, we restate our commitment to a United Front and to a democratic and inclusive process for reclaiming Nigeria.

Nigeria MUST progress !

Dr Malcolm Fabiyi
Director General TakeItBack Movement / Sowore 2019 Campaign

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« Reply #15 on: August 19, 2018, 03:14:56 AM »
Re: Our Party’s Unveiling: Clearing the Air!



Recall that in the week I transmitted an update with above caption. Since the missive was transfused a deluge of query have been directed at me by our passionate members who sought to find out why I signed off on the missive as ‘former’ Campaign Director.

I want to state unequivocally that I still remain TIB Campaign Director while serving her in another great role that did open up with advent of our freshly baked African-centered political party, African Action Congress, AAC.

There’s no doubt that in the last few weeks that I dedicated myself squarely with Leadership of the Movement supporting me to wrestle in and obtain our party’s certificate, a journey we all were selflessly involved, the Movement did experience heightened activities with its impact transuding positively across all fronts.

I am dignified with this remarkable stride, even as call to duty with   party’s registration never permitted me to savor this great moment.

It was whilst on this assignment that ‘Our Movement-for-life’ decision was taken by the Leadership. The higher scale of justification for this weighed greater, and anecdotally to African National Congress, ANCs’ enduring success story, with its longevity history still inspiring many.

As we set about, working to ensure that TIB becomes an enduring, successful Movement whose life should not be abridged by successful registration of our new party, I encourage all to continue to dedicate themselves to the services of the Movement with greater vigor.

I am proudly a Take it Backer, and will remain so.

To all members of TIB, I say Bravo!

Yours-in-Service,
Leonard Nzenwa
TIB Campaign Director

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« Reply #16 on: August 20, 2018, 01:58:33 PM »
*TIB and AAC - The Next Steps*

Since this remarkable journey began in March with the birth of the TakeItBack Movement, we have worked hard to spread the message of transformation and progress around the world.

With the establishment of our party, African Action Congress, we now have a vehicle that we will use to carry our message forward. Our movement will continue to be the engine of that vehicle - providing the ideological, intellectual and technological infrastructure that will power that vehicle to victory.

There have been questions about how the party and the Movement will function. 



While the party will provide support for all candidates on its platform, from the presidency right down to councillors, the Movement will continue to function as the Sowore 2019 campaign organization until the Feb 16, 2019 elections.

After the February 16th elections, TIB will drop the name "Sowore 2019 Campaign," and continue to function as the ideological backbone of our party. It will stand separately, but work closely, with AAC to deliver transformative ideas on behalf of the Nigerian people

TIB will continue to be exclusively responsible for the following:

1. Coordination of all the activities of Omoyele Sowore as a Presidential aspirant until the October 6th primaries
2. Coordination of the official presidential electoral campaign of Sowore from October 6th, 2019 till the elections on February 16th
3. Provision of Technology Platforms and infrastructure for the operations of the movement and the AAC
4. Fundraising for the Sowore2019 campaign
5. Coordination of all social media and digital platforms in support of the Sowore2019 campaign
6. Polling, Research & Analytics
7. Data management
8. Provision of policy analysis and generation of strategic insights for the Sowore 2019 campaign and AAC
9. Ensuring ideological and ethical alignment of the activities of AAC and it’s elected officers, with the ideals of the movement
10. Mobilizing Nigerians to the TakeItBack/Sowore2019 platform - and support AACs efforts, as needed
11. Mobilizing and coordinating all diaspora activities and programs
12. Performing any special projects that are required and / or requested by the aspirant & party leader


Let us all commit ourselves wholeheartedly to the task at hand - RECLAIMING our dear nation from the expired political status quo in 2019!

TakeItBack- Action!!!

Signed BY:

Omoyele Sowore
Convener, TakeItBack Movement
Protem Chairman African Action Congress
Presidential Aspirant

Dr Malcolm Fabiyi
DG TakeItBack Movement/Sowore2019 Campaign

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« Reply #17 on: August 21, 2018, 08:28:46 AM »
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfKJcyHSxIQhvRikCvlj_DTC1VwoY4KbKsqOojyDAkBXp8jcQ/viewform                                                    Reminder 👇👇👇

*Register Your Interest in Contesting for Office Under TakeItBack Platform in 2019*




Our movement intends to restore power to the people in 2019, starting with the election of the leader and convener of our movement, Omoyele Sowore as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

We intend to sweep the Nigerian political landscape with a new set of leaders from the Presidency, to State Governors, Senate, Federal House of Representatives, State Houses of Assembly, LGA Chairpersons and LGA Ward Councillors.

As we finalize discussions with potential political party coalition members, we need to know which of our members are interested in running for office in 2019.

Register your interest using this link: https://bit.ly/2IMYdd1

Dr Malcolm Fabiyi
Coordinator, Take It Back Movement
Sowore 2019 Campaign

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« Reply #18 on: August 21, 2018, 08:37:32 AM »
*TIB and AAC - The Next Steps*



Since this remarkable journey began in March with the birth of the TakeItBack Movement, we have worked hard to spread the message of transformation and progress around the world.

With the establishment of our party, African Action Congress, we now have a vehicle that we will use to carry our message forward. Our movement will continue to be the engine of that vehicle - providing the ideological, intellectual and technological infrastructure that will power that vehicle to victory.

There have been questions about how the party and the Movement will function. 

While the party will provide support for all candidates on its platform, from the presidency right down to councillors, the Movement will continue to function as the Sowore 2019 campaign organization until the Feb 16, 2019 elections.

After the February 16th elections, TIB will drop the name "Sowore 2019 Campaign," and continue to function as the ideological backbone of our party. It will stand separately, but work closely, with AAC to deliver transformative ideas on behalf of the Nigerian people

TIB will continue to be exclusively responsible for the following:

1. Coordination of all the activities of Omoyele Sowore as a Presidential aspirant until the October 6th primaries
2. Coordination of the official presidential electoral campaign of Sowore from October 6th, 2019 till the elections on February 16th
3. Provision of Technology Platforms and infrastructure for the operations of the movement and the AAC
4. Fundraising for the Sowore2019 campaign
5. Coordination of all social media and digital platforms in support of the Sowore2019 campaign
6. Polling, Research & Analytics
7. Data management
8. Provision of policy analysis and generation of strategic insights for the Sowore 2019 campaign and AAC
9. Ensuring ideological and ethical alignment of the activities of AAC and it’s elected officers, with the ideals of the movement
10. Mobilizing Nigerians to the TakeItBack/Sowore2019 platform - and support AACs efforts, as needed
11. Mobilizing and coordinating all diaspora activities and programs
12. Performing any special projects that are required and / or requested by the aspirant & party leader


Let us all commit ourselves wholeheartedly to the task at hand - RECLAIMING our dear nation from the expired political status quo in 2019!

TakeItBack- Action!!!

Signed BY:

Omoyele Sowore
Convener, TakeItBack Movement
Protem Chairman African Action Congress
Presidential Aspirant

Dr Malcolm Fabiyi
DG TakeItBack Movement/Sowore2019 Campaign

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« Reply #19 on: August 21, 2018, 09:18:52 AM »
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[All state coordinators are to compile the names and phone numbers of state and LGA Excos filling these offices and private chat me ASAP

1. Chairman
2. Deputy Chairman
3. Secretary
4. Asst Secretary
5. Treasurer
6. Fin Secretary
7. Auditorx
8. Youth Leader
9. Women leader
10. Publicity Secretary
11. Organizing Secretary
12. Legal Adviser

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Dr Leonard Ezenwa, National Secretary AAC 08066789611

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« Reply #20 on: September 13, 2018, 02:41:07 PM »
*Why We Chose Lagos as the National Convention Venue*

On October 6th, we will be holding the inaugural convention of our party in Lagos. We hope to see all our teeming supporters from across the country and the world at this momentous occasion.

In deciding on a location for the convention, we examined costs, limited planning time and geopolitical considerations. The final decision to hold the convention in Lagos really comes down to the fact the Lagos offers us the cheapest option to stage a memorable and well attended convention.

We are planning on having at least 500 people at the convention. Lagos allows us to cater for more people, cheaper than we would have been able to do in ABUJA. Many of the attendees will already reside in and around Lagos.

During the weeks of September 22 - October 7th, majority of the mainstream parties are going to be staging their primaries in ABUJA around the same time and they often “book up” the whole town. As a result, costs for accommodation and venues skyrockets.

In choosing Lagos, we sought to avoid the *convention craze* will descend on ABUJA in the weekend of October 5-6.

As a young party with limited resources, we must learn to work within our means. Lagos offered us the best location for getting the most for our limited resources. We would rather the funds so valiantly raised by all our members and supporters go toward our ultimate goal – producing and disseminating materials that will increase awareness in all four corners of Nigeria, and finally deliver the Nigeria we crave: a Nigeria that works for us all, and not the elite few.

We will of course be working to help facilitate travel and accommodation for our comrades and colleagues from the north regions who will have to travel far.

Thank you for your continued support as we strive to create the party that will give Nigeria a transformative new direction.

Nigeria MUST progress!

Rachel Onamusi-Kpiasi
Director, PR & Media
Take It Back Movement/African Action Congress

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