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Accord Party

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  • Name of Political Party: Accord
  • Headquarters of the party: Plot 488, 7th Yauri Street, Area 3, Garki Abuja
  • Year of formation: N/A
  • Prominent persons that formed the party: N/A
  • Prominent persons still in the party: Hon. Mohammad Lawal Nalado, Umar Farouk, Michael Lerama
  • History of the party: N/A
  • Highest position attained by the party: House of Representatives.
  • Political leanings and ideology of the party: N/A
  • Where the party has its largest base in the country: Lagos
  • Party website: N/A
  • Party exploits in recent elections: Accord has been a long-standing party since Nigeria’s return to democracy but has never found a real standing in Nigeria’s politics. In 2015, It won a seat in the federal House of Representatives in 2015 with Dauda Abayomi representing the Mushin I constituency of Lagos.
  • Party Structure:
    1. The National Executive Committee
    2. The National Convention
    3. The National Working Committee
    4. The National Caucus
    5. The National Board of Trustees
  • Party internal mechanism: N/A
  • Social work/Impact of the party: N/A
  • Party representation in terms of women/People with Disabilities (PWDs): N/A
  • How do I join the party: Membership of the party shall be open to every citizen of Nigeria irrespective of his religion, ethnic group, place birth, sex, social or economic status, provided only that:
    1. a member accepts the principles, aims and objective fundamental values, policies and programmes of the party
    2. a person shall register as a member of the party at the war in which he/she normally resides and pays the prescribed annual membership fees.
    3. a registered member moving his/her residence from one Ward to another within the Federal Republic of Nigeria may transfer his/her membership to the latter subject to any condition as the party may stipulate

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