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The gathering was a follow-up to the tripartite committee meeting last Wednesday, which had been called to coordinate the party’s presidential campaign council list.

An All Progressives Congress (APC) meeting that included Bola Tinubu, party governors, and members of the National Working Committee (NWC) came to a standstill.

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The meeting, which took place for the second time in a week, was about the contentious Presidential Campaign Council (PCC).


The parties were unable to come to terms on a specific day when the ruling party would officially launch its campaign.


According to the report, Senator Abdulahi Adamu, the party’s national chairman, abstained from the lengthy discussion, raising questions about the party’s state.

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The gathering was a follow-up to the tripartite committee meeting last Wednesday, which had been called to coordinate the party’s presidential campaign council list.

However, Mr. Festus Keyamo (SAN), the PCC’s spokesperson, claimed that President Muhammadu Buhari’s schedule as the campaign council’s chairman was delaying the start of the campaign.

In the meantime, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, the spouse of the APC presidential candidate, yesterday urged women to mobilize for the party’s victory in the elections scheduled for next year.

This comes after the PCC’s Director of New Media, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, claimed yesterday that the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had lost its five disgruntled governors because the party was unable to control internal tendencies.

Governors Nyesome Wike (Rivers), Samuel Ortom (Benue), Seyi Makinde (Oyo), Okezie Ikpeazu (Abia), and Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi are those being discussed (Enugu).

Ejes Gist Newspaper cites the initial release of the 422 member campaign list as having caused dissent within the party, with the governors, party leadership, and stakeholders expressing displeasure.

In light of this, the ruling party decided to put a temporary hold on its campaigning in order to keep everyone on board and move forward.

that difficulty. We are making progress, albeit slowly. All of us are coming together as one. And I’m honored to be a part of it.

Fani-Kayode stated that any disagreements over the campaign list had been resolved as a result of the meeting.

He claimed, “This meeting we just had has more or less clarified everything, which is why the Party’s Publicity Secretary is here, as well as the representatives from the PCC’s four media directorates. The governors and the PCC were both present.

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“We all agree on everything; we are speaking as one. There is really no rush as far as we are concerned. We are working towards an objective, which is to launch as soon as possible and not come out strongly.

Fani-Kayode remarked that the opposition party has a very strong team, candidate, governors, and party input, and she added that the PCC was growing stronger.

Felix Morka, the party’s national publicity secretary, defended Adamu’s absence from the meeting by claiming that the chairman was present because he was represented by his deputy.

The National Chairman was not absent, he was properly represented by the Deputy National Chairman, North, and the Deputy National Chairman, South, and he was in contact with each stakeholder present, he claimed. The candidate did let them know he couldn’t make it, but he was well-represented.

In response to a question about whether the party’s campaign financing was still a topic of discussion, Morka said: “Well, that’s a matter that is still in progress. Our campaign’s funding is crucial because without it, not much can be accomplished. But that is a topic that we will talk about later.

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