2023: APC releases revised timetable for primary elections
The National Working Committee (NWC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has approved a revised timetable and schedule of activities for the primary elections ahead of the 2023 general elections.
This is contained in a statement by its National Publicity Secretary, Felix Morka, in Abuja.
“The NWC of the APC on Monday, May 23, approved a revised timetable and schedule of activities for the governorship, State House of Assembly, Senate and House of Representatives primary elections,” stated the APC spokesman.
Mr Morka explained that the governorship, state delegates, house of assembly, and local government area delegates’ primaries would be held on May 26.
He explained that the primary election for the Senate and local government delegates would hold on May 27, while the House of Representatives and local government delegates’ primaries would hold on May 28.
He re-emphasised that the party’s special convention for its 2023 presidential primary will be held as scheduled, on May 29 and 30.
“Please note that the special convention for the presidential primaries will be held as scheduled from Sunday, May 29 to Monday, May 30,” added Mr Morka.
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