The All Progressive Congress has announced a shift in its presidential primaries.
Felix Morka, spokesman of the party said on Wednesday that the special convention and presidential primaries earlier slated for May 30 and June 1, respectively would now hold May 29 to May 30.
Morka, the party’s National Publicity Secretary, announced this while briefing newsmen at the end of the party’s National Working Committee (NWC) meeting.
He said: “Following the party’s approved revised timetable schedule of activities, its special convention and presidential primaries earlier slated for May 30 and June 1, would now take place between May 29 and 30” respectively.
Also APC rescheduled its governorship and House of Representatives primary elections to Thursday, May 26, as against the earlier dates of May 20 for governorship.
The APC scribe said the party’s Senate and House of Assembly primaries had also been rescheduled to hold on Friday, May 27.
“The NWC of the APC has made an approval for a revised timetable schedule of activities for house of assembly, national assembly, governorship primaries and appeals that may arise.
“Our governorship and house of representatives primary election will now take place on Thursday, May 26, while the senate and house of assembly primaries will take place on Friday, May 27.
“The election appeals for governorship and house of representatives will take place on Friday May 27,” he said, adding that appeals for senate and house of assembly primaries will hold on Saturday, May 28.”