Vice Presidential candidates debate in Nigeria but can President Buhari withstand Atiku?

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Selected Nigerian vice presidential candidates debated in Nigeria on Friday and it is not yet clear who came out as the winner.

But many were wondering whether President Muhammadu Buhari would debate former Vice President Atiku Abubakar who has called him a total failure.

VP Osinbajo of All Progressives Congress (APC) with Khadija Abdullahi of Alliance for New Nigeria – ANN (R1); Ganiyi Galadima of Allied Congress Party of Nigeria – ACPN (R); Peter Obi of  peoples Democratic Party – PDP (L1);  Umar Getso of Young Progressives Party – YPP (L) during the Vice Presidential Debate.
VP Osinbajo of All Progressives Congress (APC) with Peter Obi of  Peoples Democratic Party – PDP.


VP Osinbajo of All Progressives Congress (APC) with Peter Obi of  Peoples Democratic Party – PDP and Khadija Abdullahi of Alliance for New Nigeria – ANN (R).

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Novo Isioro is the personal photographer to Nigeria's Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo. She is a former Artistic Director/ Brand Ambassador at Nikon. She studied Entrepreneurial Management at Lagos Business School, PR at Nigeria Institute of Public Relations and Office Technology and Management Bilingual Option at Yaba College of Technology

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