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ADC presidential candidate launches website, calls for paradigm shift

07 January 2015, 06:45

Abuja - The Presidential candidate of African Democratic Congress (ADC), Mani Ahmad, has urged Nigerians to think about their situation and those responsible and vote for the party for a paradigm shift.

He made the call on Tuesday in Abuja during the launch of his campaign website.

He said that the launch of the website was to enable him to reach out to the Nigerian electorate and to get feedback from them.

Ahmad, who expressed optimism that he would deliver, urged Nigerians to vote for the party for a change.

He said “I am optimistic that I will be able to deliver in 2015.”

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“I urge Nigerians to think about their situation and those responsible and vote for ADC for a paradigm shift.”

“The website I launched today is an interactive campaign website that will allow me and members of my party to reach out to the electorate.”

“The website is www.mani4president.org and has many features, including a link for the party’s manifesto, profile and ADC’s constitution, among others.”

He added that the site is also linked to the presidential candidate’s twitter page @mani4presidency and a Facebook page titled “mani4president’’ and urged Nigerians to log on and express their views.


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