- Reactions have continued to trail the much talked about the national convention of the All Progressives Congress
- The recent is the division amongst key stakeholders of the party which comprises of state governors working for their personal interest ahead of the convention
- Ahead of the forthcoming Saturday, 26 February convention, the leadership of the party has not begun the sales of forms, leaving aspirants in deep thoughts as their fate is left hanging
It's barely two weeks to the national convention of the All Progressives Congress (APC), the party is yet to begin sale of forms to aspirants for offices in its National Working Committee.
The Punch reports that the nomination forms for the offices of the NWC have yet to be printed.
According to the newspaper, the contract for printing the nomination forms was yet to be awarded.
Meanwhile, some of the aspirants who arrived at the Buhari House headquarters of the APC to obtain the nomination forms on Monday, February 14, were advised to return on another date.
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Legit.ng gathered that aspirants from various parts of the country were seen lamenting the unavailability of nomination forms.
According to Vanguard, some influential stakeholders of the party were still working to arrive at a consensus option which they call a unity list.
My life is under threat for not joining APC, northern lawmaker cries out for help
A Zamfara lawmaker had decided to make public his pain over what he termed as a threat to his life for refusing to join the ruling.
APC Salihu Zurmi disclosed that he has been receiving serious attacks from various angles but the recent ones are heightened for failure to support the impeachment of Mattawale's deputy.
Meanwhile, Eighteen out of the 22 members of the Zamfara Assembly have voted in support of the motion seeking to impeach the deputy governor of the state, Mahdi Aliyu.
2023: Senate President Lawan reveals why APC will continue to rule Lagos, Nigeria
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has said the party would continue to rule Nigeria and Lagos state.
This boast was made by the president of the Nigerian Senate, Ahmad Lawan over the past weekend.
Lawan also called on all Nigerians to support the APC in their endeavour to bring stability and development to Nigeria.