- APC members in Kano state protested the outcome of the primary election in the state
- The aggrieved members said the primaries were not done according to party rules and regulations
Some members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kano state, on Tuesday, October 9, protested the outcome of the Senatorial, House of Representatives and House of Assembly primary election conducted in the state.
The aggrieved members have called unto the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party to wade in and proffer solutions to the elections they described as illegal.
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The aggrieved APC members said the primaries were not done according to party rules and regulations, TVC reports.
Legit.ng earlier reported that trouble looms for the All Progressives Congress over the party's controversial primaries as four senatorial aspirants of Delta South accused the party leadership of illegally excluding them from the primary election.
The aspirants, Temisan Omatseye, Chief Michael Johnny, Evans Omatsoguwa, and AVM Omatsola Okorodudu (retd), in a statement, on Monday, October 8, described the Delta South senatorial primaries as a sham, noting that they paid the sum of N7 million for nomination forms.
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Meanwhile, the first lady, Aisha Buhari, expressed disappointment over some of the conducts that occoured during the primary election in some states by the All Progressives Congress (APC).
In a statement on Sunday, October 7, the first lady noted that some aspirants who had purchased forms on the platform of the party found out that their names were omitted on the day of election. Aisha said it was more saddening that is happening under the watch of Adams Oshiomhole.
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