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List of Political Parties In Nigeria 2024 and Their Logo

We bring to you the full list of political parties in Nigeria in 2024 that are currently registered and recognized by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)

So, how many political parties do we have in Nigeria?

How Many Political Parties Are In Nigeria Today?

There are currently 19 political parties in Nigeria as legally registered, approved, and  recognized by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

Before we go into this list of 19 political parties, let’s go into some quick definition.

What Is a Political Party?

Let’s take a quick look at what a political party is. An organized collection of people seeking to safeguard the people’s mandate to govern is called a political party.

A political party’s primary goal is to field candidates for office and win them. Three types of political parties exist:

  • Ideological parties
  • Class parties and
  • Mass parties.

Most of the political parties always have party rivals or anti-parties and this makes it more like a competition and struggles for power.

Political parties also have their functions in society; socializing the people and educating the masses is part of their functions.

The type and structure of the system used in Nigeria give room for a multiparty system that doesn’t completely give room for a single party to run for any election without an opposition party. This is why we have more than enough on the list of political parties in Nigeria.

Well, I have for you the list of all parties in Nigeria which I have prepared for you below.

Keep reading, for you would encounter the whole 91 political parties in Nigeria and as well know more about the history of political factions in Nigeria.

Full List of Political Parties In Nigeria and their Logos 2024

There are currently 19 registered political parties in Nigeria that have been listed out by the Independent National Electoral Commission.

The Independent National Electoral Commission is the body in charge of political Elections all over Nigeria and its powers could be found in the 1999 constitution of Nigeria. So, if you’re thinking about registering a political party, you’ll have to go through INEC.

latest List of political parties in Nigeria and their symbols

Some years back, there were over 68 registered political parties in Nigeria but recently, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has approved over 23 more parties, making the total to be 91.

Currently, only 19 parties have been approved and recognized by INEC, and these parties you would find in the list of political parties in Nigeria and their logo, history of formation of each party

  • Accord (A)
  • Action Alliance (AA)
  • Action Democratic Party (ADP)
  • Action Peoples Party (APP)
  • African Action Congress (AAC)
  • African Democratic Congress (ADC)
  • All Progressive Congress (APC)
  • All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA)
  • Allied Peoples Movement (APM)
  • Boot Party (BP)
  • Labour Party (LP)
  • National Rescue Movement (NRM)
  • New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP)
  • Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)
  • Peoples Redemption Party (PRP)
  • Social Democratic Party (SDP)
  • Young Progressives Party (YPP)
  • Youth Party
  • Zenith Labour Party (ZLP)



1. Accord (A)

Accord political party logo

On this list of political parties in Nigeria, Accord is seen as one of the most popular political parties in Nigeria.

Accord was not created to be called Accord party but made a clear acronym for itself which is just (A) that stands for Accord.

Accord was formed by Rashidi Ladoja – a businessman who became governor of Oyo State in Nigeria on 29 May 2003. The ideologies of this party are corporations, populism, and capitalism.

Also, Accord has a slogan which is “Oneness and progress

  • National Chairman: Hon. Mohammad Lawal Nalado
  • National Secretary: Hon. Dr. Mrs. Bukola Ajaja
  • National Treasurer: Mr. Micheal O. Lerama
  • National Financial Secretary: Umar Farouk
  • National Legal Adviser: Barr. Maxwell Ngbudem
  • Address: Plot 488, 7th Yauri Street, Area 3, Garki Abuja
  • Phone Number: 08037038325

2. Action Alliance (AA)

Action Alliance AA party logo

Action Alliance has a vision which is to empower Nigerian youths and women. Action Alliance was formerly called National Mass Movement of Nigeria (NMMN).

  • National Chairman: Barr. Udeze Kenneth
  • National Secretary: James A. Vernimbe
  • National Treasurer: Ekong Effiom
  • National Financial Secretary: Chief Eze Nwoke
  • National Legal Adviser: Esq. Anaukyaa Mnenge Peter
  • Address: House 57, Opposite Police Post Phase II, Kado Estate, Abuja. Email: actionalliancenational@gmail.com
  • Phone Number: 07067277005

3. Action Democratic Party (ADP)

Action Democratic Party ADP logo

Action Democratic Party is also a popular political party on this list of political parties in Nigeria.

Action Democratic Party was founded in June 2017 by some politicians who wanted to tackle APC and PDP. Action Democratic Party is also called “God’s own party”.

ADP have about 95,212 political members in Nigeria and has an ideology called “Third force”.

The slogan of Action Democratic Party is called One Destiny”

  • National Chairman: Engr. Yabayi V. Sani
  • National Secretary: Dr. James Okoroma
  • National Treasurer: Chief Hon. Declan J. Ogar
  • National Financial Secretary: Salami Akeem Temitope
  • National Legal Adviser: Bichi Obadiah Joseph
  • Address: Plot 3379A, Mungo Park Close, Off Jesse Jackson Asokoro New Extension-Abuja
  • Phone Number: 08033001274

4. Action People’s Party (APP)

Action People’s Party APP logo

Action People’s Party was formed in 1998 during a transition from military rule to a civilian rule. APP won 20 out of the 109 Senate seats and 68 seats out of the 360 seats in the House of Representatives.

  • National Chairman: Ikenga Imo Ogochinyere
  • National Secretary: Abu Ibrahim Sossan
  • National Treasurer: Chioma Okoli
  • National Financial Secretary: Clement Christian
  • National Legal Adviser: Peter Abang
  • Address: No. 6 Alexander Crescent behind Banex Plaza, Wuse II Abuja.
  • Phone Number: 08034913080

5. African Action Congress (AAC)

African Action Congress AAC

AAC was created by Omoyele Sowore in the year 2018. He was one of the 2019 presidential aspirants preparing for election when he created the African Action Congress.

That’s why this party has made it to the list of political parties in Nigeria. African Action Congress has a slogan called “Take it Back-Action

  • National Chairman: Sowore Omoyele
  • National Secretary: Leonard Nzenwa
  • National Treasurer: Ajeigbe Samuel
  • National Financial Secretary: Patience Ezekiel
  • National Legal Adviser: Adikun Maryam
  • Address: House 1, 1Q Road Lugbe Federal Housing, Abuja
  • Phone Number: 08066789611

6. African Democratic Congress (ADC)

African Democratic Congress (ADC)

African Democratic Congress was formed in 2005 and got added to the list of political parties in 2006. African Democratic Congress was formerly called Alliance for Democratic Change.

  • National Chairman: Chief Ralph Okey Nwosu
  • National Secretary: Alh. Said Baba Abdullahi
  • National Treasurer: Mr. Cavin Alagoa
  • National Financial Secretary: Mrs. Ifeyinwa Ntima
  • National Legal Adviser: Bar. Ujunwa L. Onwuasoeze
  • Address: No. 1 Capital Plaza, Nyanyan-Kuru Road, Abuja.
  • Phone Number: 08059969415

7. All Progressives Congress (APC)

All Progressives Congress APC party logo

On this list of political parties in Nigeria, APC is one of the most popular of them all. APC was formed on February 6, 2013, before it’s involvement in the 2015 election.

President Muhammadu Buhari, one of the presidents of that ever led Nigerians, who is still the current president won the presidential election under APC umbrella in 2015.

APC has an ideology called progressivism, social democracy, economic, and populism. APC also has one of the most popular slogans on this list of political parties in Nigeria which is called “Change”.

  • National Chairman: Comr. Adams Aliyu Oshiomhole
  • National Secretary: Hon. Mai Mala Buni
  • National Treasurer: Alh. Adamu Panda
  • National Financial Secretary: Alh. Tajudeen Bello
  • National Legal Adviser: Babatunde John Kwame Ogala Esq.
  • Address: No. 40 Blantyre Street, Wuse II, Abuja
  • Phone Number: 08055503000

8. All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA)

Logo of All Progressive Grand Alliance APGA

In this list of political parties in Nigeria, APGA is one of them. The ideology of APGA is Nationalism, Decentralization of power, and Restructuring the Nation.

It was founded by Chief Chekwas Okorie and was registered among the list of political parties in Nigeria in the year 2002. Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu was selected to be the party candidate for the presidential election the following year after the party’s creation.

  • National Chairman: Dr. Victor Ikechukwu Oye
  • National Secretary: Mr. Labaran Maku
  • National Treasurer: Hon. Damian Ozurumba
  • National Financial Secretary: Alh. Garba Ibrahim Carefor
  • National Legal Adviser: Barr. Ifeanyi Mbaeri
  • Address: 41b Libreville Crescent, Opp. Tulip Press, Aminu Kano Crescent, Wuse 11, Abuja.
  • Phone Number: 08035897127

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9. Allied People’s Movement (APM)

    • National Chairman: Yusuf Mamman Dantalle
    • National Secretary: Oyadeyi Ayodele Adebayo
    • National Treasurer: Mrs. Rose Dogara Silas Gyar
    • National Financial Secretary: Nasiru Baba
    • Address: No. 26 Ajose Adeogun Street, Utako Abuja (NULGE HOUSE)
    • Phone Number: 08033043791

10. Boot Party

  • Full Name: Because Of Our Tomorrow
  • Ideology: Center-left, focus on collaboration and good governance
  • Key Values: Trust, Comfort, Peace, Leadership, Unity


  • Revive the “Nigerian Dream”
  • Develop people and nation for a better future
  • Restore original values like unity and progress


  • National Chairman: Adenuga Sunday
  • National Secretary: Egwatu Maryann C.

Website: https://www.boot.org.ng/

Additional Info:

  • Registered with INEC in 2018
  • Advocates for collaboration over competition
  • Focuses on youth and grassroots engagement

More Political Parties In Nigeria and Their Slogans and Logos

There above you have 10 out of the 19 list of political parties in Nigeria. The remaining 10 is briefly examined below.

11. Labour Party (LP)

Labour Party LP in naija politics - Political Parties in Nigeria

The Labour Party (LP) is a social democratic political party in Nigeria.

  • Gained popularity in the 2023 general elections, especially with the candidacy of Peter Obi for President.
  • Won some governorship and legislative seats, but did not win the presidency.


The Labour Party is a relatively young party in Nigeria, but it has gained significant ground in recent years. It is seen as a viable alternative to the traditional dominant parties, especially among young voters and those concerned about social and economic issues.

12. National Rescue Movement (NRM)

      • National Chairman: Sen. Saidu Muhammed Dansadau
      • National Secretary: Barr. Chinedum Odenyi
      • National Treasurer: Umar Mustapha
      • National Financial Secretary: Aliyu Safiyanu
      • National Legal Adviser: Olayinka Adebola Abiose
      • Address: Plot 188 American International School Rd, Off Oladipo Diva Expressway by Games Village, Durumi District, Abuja
      • Phone Number: 08033117340

13. New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP)

    • National Chairman: Dr. B.O Aniebonam
    • National Secretary: Major Gilbert Agbo
    • National Treasurer: Nasir A. Abubakar
    • National Financial Secretary: Eugene Nweke
    • National Legal Adviser: Bar. Nura Abdullahi
    • Address: Suite FF 1-5 Willands Plaza Plot 511, Herbert Macaulay Way, Wuse Zone 4, Abuja.
    • Phone Number: 0803713359

14. People’s Democratic Party (PDP)

  • National Chairman: Prince Uche Secondus
  • National Secretary: Sen. Umaru Ibrahim Tsauri
  • National Treasurer: Hon. Aribisala Adewale
  • National Financial Secretary: Abdullahi Hussaini Maibasira
  • National Legal Adviser: Barr. Emmanuel Enoidem
  • Address: Plot 1970 Wadata Plaza, Michael Okpara Way, Wuse Zone 5, Abuja

15. Peoples Redemption Party (PRP)

  • No details available

16. Social Democratic Party (SDMP)

  • National Chairman: Chief. Olu Falae
  • National Secretary: Alh. Shehu Musa Gabam
  • National Treasurer: Chief. Clarkson Nnaji
  • National Financial Secretary: Rt. Hon Kehinde Ayoola
  • National Legal Adviser: Bar. Omale Omale
  • Address: No. 9 Yedseram Street, Maitam, Abuja
  • Phone Number: 08033681479

17. Young Progressive Party (YPP)

  • National Chairman: Comrade Bishop Amakiri
  • National Secretary: Barr. Vidiyeno Bamaiyi
  • National Treasurer: Usman Haruna
  • National Financial Secretary: Azeez Adewale Ahmed
  • National Legal Adviser: Tanze Benjamin Makoma
  • Address: Block 10, Flat No. 1 Benue Crescent, Area 1, Garki Abuja Phone Number: 08100005566

18. Youth Party (YP)

  • National Chairman: Mr. Chukwudi Onyemaechi Adiukwu
  • National Secretary: Mr. Mujaheed Salisu Ahmad
  • National Treasurer: Mr. Mohammed Auwalu Aminu
  • National Financial Secretary: Dr. Ifeyinwa Chizoba Simone Aniebo
  • National Legal Adviser: Mr. Oghenekeuwe Okpobia
  • Address: 6, Bamako Crescent Zone 1, Wuse, FCT, Abuja
  • Phone Number: 08037028390, 08136804110

19. Zenith Labor Party (ZLP)

  • National Chairman: Chief. Dan Nwanyanwu
  • National Secretary: Yahaya Makama
  • National Treasurer: Hassana El Abdullahi
  • National Financial Secretary: Hon. Mrs. Francisca Effiom
  • National Legal Adviser: ThankGod Enahoro
  • Address: Plot 73, Ladoja Akintola, Suit 206 Dabo Plaza, Garki Abuja
  • Phone Number: 08033155775, 08023730880

History of Political Parties in Nigeria

Back in the 1920’s, during the first republic, the NNDP (Nigeria National Democratic Party) was the first political party to be founded in Nigeria.

It was founded in 1923 by Herbert Macaulay, popularly known as one of the fathers of Nationalism in Nigeria.

The emergence of the NNDP was a result of the introduction of the Clifford Constitution in 1922 which gave 3 seats to Lagos and only one seat to Calabar in the legislative council.

Although, the NNDP wasn’t a national party it brought awareness among the people upon the struggle for independence.

Samuel Akinsanya - History of political parties in Nigeria
Samuel Akinsanya

Some years later, the Nigeria Youth Movement (NYM) was formed in 1932 and featured some characters like Samuel Akinsanya and Earnest Ikoli.

The NYM had to compete with the NNDP which also made Samuel Ladoke Akintola, Nnamdi Azikwe, and Chief Obafemi Awolowo join the movement and began a multiparty system in Nigeria. Other political parties also joined including NCNC, AG (Action group), and NPC.

During the second republic, the military government came into power, banned politics, and ruled for 13 years before handing it over to the civilian regimes.

In that action, a lot of political parties saw it as a chance rise up again but only 5 out of them were successfully registered and the 5 political parties were the GNPP, PRP, NPP, UPN, and NPN.

Thereafter some time, the military took over again and banned politics again but under the leadership of General Ibrahim Babangida – one of the richest politicians in Nigeria in 1989, politics was unbanned and 13 associations were formed.

Only two out of these associations were to be registered by the NEC (National Electoral Commission) which is presently called INEC (Independent National Electoral Commission).

Some months later that same year, the Armed Forces of the Ruling party (AFRP) rejected the whole 13 associations including the selected two parties which were to be registered, and then formed 2 new political parties instead, namely; SDP (Socio Democratic Party) and NRC (National Republican Convention).

These two parties started the new era of political parties in Nigeria which began to add in Numbers till today.

List of Political Parties In Nigeria (Summary)

It is no doubt that the political parties in Nigeria would keep increasing as a lot of people keep getting huge interest in politics.

I have given a comprehensive list of political parties in Nigeria above and I hope you enjoyed and have a knowledge of what political parties are:

Quick summary of registered political parties in Nigeria in 2024 are:

  1. Accord (A)
  2. Action Alliance (AA)
  3. Action Democratic Party (ADP)
  4. Action Peoples Party (APP)
  5. African Action Congress (AAC)
  6. African Democratic Congress (ADC)
  7. All Progressive Congress (APC)
  8. All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA)
  9. Allied Peoples Movement (APM)
  10. Boot Party (BP)
  11. Labour Party (LP)
  12. National Rescue Movement (NRM)
  13. New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP)
  14. Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)
  15. Peoples Redemption Party (PRP)
  16. Social Democratic Party (SDP)
  17. Young Progressives Party (YPP)
  18. Youth Party
  19. Zenith Labour Party (ZLP)

The nation is now based on people’s rule, which entails groups of people joining together to agree upon, choose, and support a candidate to take over the government as a representation of the people. The history of political parties has been heavily affected by nationalists.

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