2023: APC Original Presidential Campaign Council List Vs What is Released

2023: APC Original Presidential Campaign Council List Vs What is Released
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Earlier today, news of President Muhammadu Buhari been appointed as the Chairman of the APC Presidential Campaign Council takes the order of the dau as campaign kicks-off in September ahead of the 2023 elections.

An aggrieved party member who spoke to PigeonPost Online on the ground of anonymity says the party may be heading for it’s doom in the campaign if it is already making decisions without necessary consultations.

The source said, “Although the decision as to who makes the list was reached following the meeting between the presidential candidate of the party, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and the governors elected on the platform of the party on Wednesday, there is a slight difference in the structure.

” The list being published deviates from the list contained in the structure approved and adopted in the NWC meeting of 10th August 2022. This draft campaign council list was also adopted by the party and have the blessing of the Progressive Governors forum.

“Little wonders why some names were missing or rather swapped without consulting every necessary body involved when the draft organogram was adopted,” the source laments.

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Prominent on the list is the replacement of Sen. Joseph Bem Akhergerger, a former military administrator of Katsina state during Abacha, 2 time senator and a retired colonel whose name isbon the list as the Secretary to the Campaign Council, was replaced by Hon. James Faleke is the choice of the Council as the Secretary, on the list published and circulated by the media.

See the original approved list in the organogram below…

2023: APC Original Presidential Campaign Council List Vs What is Released

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