Goodluck Jonathan President attends debate with other candidates in Abuja

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The debate was organized by the Nigeria Elections
Debate Group (NEDG) and had Presidential candidates
of other parties in attendance.

President Goodluck Jonathan, on Sunday, March 22,
attended a Presidential debate in Abuja.
The debate was organized by the Nigeria Elections
Debate Group (NEDG) and had Presidential candidates
of other parties in attendance.
Some of the candidates who took part in the debate
include Remi Sonaiya of Kowa Party, Chekwas Okorie
(UPP), Godson Okoye (UDP) and Martin Onovo (NCP).
However, Jonathan’s major challenger, Muhammadu
Buhari of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was
absent.
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Godson Okoye / Haruna Adamu
Goodluck Jonathan / Namadi Sambo
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Martin Onovo / Ibrahim Mohammed
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