APC Presidential Primaries Fixed For May 30/31  

Furthermore, aspirants are to be screened as follows; May 12 for State Houses of Assembly and governors, May 13 for the House of Representatives and Senatorial aspirants and May 14 for presidential aspirants. Presidential aspirants have May 14 for publication of claims and objections while May 23 was fixed for appeals.

The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has approved May 30 and 31, 2022 for presidential primaries ahead of the 2023 general elections.

This was disclosed by the National Publicity Secretary of the party, Barr Feix Morka, at the end of a closed-door meeting of NEC and National Working Committee (NWC) on Wednesday in Abuja.

Morka also said May 18 has been approved for governorship primaries, adding that the sale of expression of interest and nomination forms would commence this Saturday.

The ruling party scheduled the governorship primaries for May 18, the States House of Assembly primaries to hold on May 20, the House of Representatives will take place May 22, and Senate May 24, 2022.

Another resolution adopted by APC NEC is the mode of primaries for the election of candidates for the 2023 general elections.

Mr. Morka said NEC adopted indirect primaries, which means that delegates will decide the flag bearers of the party-state congresses and national convention.

NEC also approved the sale of nomination and expression of interest and nomination forms from April 23 to May 6 while the congress to elect states and national delegates has been scheduled to hold from May 7 to 9.

It also fixed the deadline for submission of forms for May 10.

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Furthermore, aspirants are to be screened as follows; May 12 for State Houses of Assembly and governors, May 13 for the House of Representatives and Senatorial aspirants and May 14 for presidential aspirants.

Presidential aspirants have May 14 for publication of claims and objections while May 23 was fixed for appeals.

In the case of governorship and states legislative seats, May 13 and 14 were fixed for the publication of objections and appeals, respectively. Aspirants for federal legislative seats will have May 14 for publication of objections and May 17 for appeals.

NEC also transferred its decision making power to the Abdullahi Adamu-led National Working Committee (NWC) for 90 days.

 

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