In a surprise press conference on the eve of the election, he slammed the military takeover and said that he was being mistreated by the government.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has openly disagreed with President Muhammadu Buhari on the need to cede police establishment powers to state governments.
PDP made the call in a statement issued by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, on Monday in Abuja.
Mr Duke, a two-term governor of Cross River State on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), had been expected to run on the party’s platform.
“We cannot disagree with the constitution so either direct or indirect primaries, you are at liberty to justify the choice you want to pick"
"All of us must put our heads together to remove this government that does not mean well for Nigerians," Wike stated.
Bobi Wine, and the other accused, were expected to appear in court again on Thursday but the hearing has been adjourned to 1 October.
Kenya’s president has complained that no British prime minister has visited the east African country for 30 years, delivering a diplomatic rebuke to Theresa May in a press conference on the final day of her visit to the continent.
"I have decided to answer the call of teeming youth who have asked me to run for president."
“We will provide a leadership where everybody is free and equal; where Nigerians see themselves as Nigerians first and as Ibo, Yoruba, Hausa, Ijaw, Ibibio, Fulani, etc second"
If there is an instance where somebody can say that what we have done is not legitimate say so. We are ready to face any court."
He said the 53-member body is "presided over by the coloniser" and to respect the Commonwealth "perpetuates white supremacy".
President heard urging Christian ministers to sway voters and alluding to leftwing violence in leaked audio.
MPs including the Afropop musician Bobi Wine are allegedly being tortured by the Museveni regime. The Magnitsky Act can curb this shocking abuse.
Nigeria must create the environment that allowed for people to realise themselves economically because that truly was what the challenge was with Nigeria.
Warning bells rang when Mr Trump started off asking Mr Buhari how he was getting on with "that Boca Haram", a reference to militant Islamist group Boko Haram.