The All Progressives Congress (APC) has provided additional clarification regarding the Presidential Campaign Council’s delay.
According to Akahi News, the inauguration, which had originally been scheduled for Monday, September 26, was moved to Wednesday, September 28, before being put off indefinitely.
Felix Morka, the ruling party’s spokesman, stated in an interview with television on Tuesday that the campaign council was postponed indefinitely to accommodate new members.
Morka stated that the council’s expansion would ensure the success of Bola Tinubu, its presidential candidate, in the 2023 elections.
He stated, “The fact is that that is no joke when you try to put together a campaign council for a ruling party, a party with over 40 million members.”In any case, this is a campaign council in which every member of our party would like to participate.Keep in mind that our party’s candidates competed in our primaries and won.
Now, many of the people who made that happen would naturally want to participate in the campaign.You are witnessing an overabundance of enthusiasm, interest, and the desire of party members to participate in the process.
Morka continued by stating that because the APC is the ruling party, it does not need to begin its campaign before any other party.
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar and the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate Peter Obi can both begin their campaigns, according to the APC spokesperson.
He stated, “Yes, but it should be started by Atiku Abukabar.Peter Obi might initiate it.It can be begun by anyone else.It does not imply that the initiative to initiate it must originate from us because we are the ruling party.
“Because that also contributed to the overall narrative that a particular candidate might possess something about himself that ought to cause us concern.I rejected that because it does not corroborate my observation and certainly does not corroborate natural events.Younger individuals may even be sicker.
He also defended Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s exclusion from the campaign council and emphasized that he would still participate in the campaign.
The Vice President, my dear friend, has not vanished.In addition, I am confident that, in addition to his duties as vice president, he will support the party’s campaign by contributing his voice, prestige, and authority.That’s without a doubt for me. He continued, “But I don’t think we need to make or think too much about the needs of the campaign council.”
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