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As reactions continue to trail the N100 million All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential nomination form, the Federal Government has been fingered as the body to blame for the outrageous fee.

Two Public Affairs Analysts, Comrade Ademola Omidiji and Togunde stated this while featuring on Oluyole 98.5FM programme ‘Breakfast Fiesta’ on Monday.

According to the Analysts, the outrageous fee should have been curbed by the Federal Government in the electoral act.

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This could have been done by pegging the fee at a thousand Naira in order to encourage youth participation.

Togunde stated that any presidential aspirant who can pay the N100 million naira nomination fee is part of Nigeria’s problems.

Togunde, however, urged Nigerians to focus more on what presidential aspirants would offer and their antecedents.

Omidiji affirmed that whoever said that youths are not ready to govern Nigeria is also an enemy of the country.

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