From all indications, the February 2015 election would be the most watched and most hotly contested in the history of Nigeria.The future of Nigeria will be determined by the millions of Nigerians who troop out to cast their votes on February 14th, 2015.
Out of all the 26 registered political parties in Nigeria, only 11 submitted names of candidates to run for the presidency.
The ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, submitted the names of President Goodluck Jonathan and his vice, Namadi Sambo, while the main opposition All Progressives Congress, APC, submitted the names of Muhammadu Buhari and Yemi Osinbajo as presidential and vice presidential candidates.
While many consider the 2015 presidential elections as a straight head-to-head battle between President Jonathan and General Mohammed Buhari, we however have 9 more presidential aspirants who equally have been given the legitimate right to contest by INEC and they are Oluremi Sonaiya for Kowa Party, Ambrose Albert for Hope Democratic Party, Ganiyu Galadima of Allied Congress Party of Nigeria, ACPN, Rafiu Salau for Alliance for Democracy, AD, Godson Okoye for United Democratic Party, UDP.
Others are Nani Ibrahim Ahmad of African Democratic Congress, Martin Onovo of National Conscience Party, NCP, Tunde Anifowoshe-Kelani of Action Alliance and Chekwas Okorie of United Progressive Party.
Of all the 11 candidates, only Jonathan and Buhari were candidates in the last election in 2011.
As we edge closer to the February 14 presidential poll. NigerianEye is using this medium to sample the opinion of millions of Nigerians home and abroad.
And the big question is. . .
Who do you think will win the 2015 presidential elections?
How to participate
1) You can vote using the poll below, you can only vote once, and one aspirant at a time.
(A) General Muhammadu Buhari (APC)
(B) President Goodluck Jonathan (PDP)
(C) Prof. Comfort Oluremi Sonaiya (KOWA Party)
(D) Ambrose Albert (HDP)
(E) Ganiyu Galadima (ACPN)
(F) Rafiu Salau (AD)
(G) Godson Okoye (UDC)
(H) Dr. Nani Ibrahim Ahmad (ADC)
(I) Martin Onovo (NCP)
(J) Tunde Anifowoshe-Kelani (AA)
(K) Chekwas Okorie (UPP)
Who will you vote for at The February 14 Presidential Elections
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