Finally, APC formally applies to INEC for registration

All Progressives Congress

The APC filed the application of Friday.

The All Progressives Congress, APC, announced on Tuesday that it has formally applied to the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, for registration as a political party after months of perfecting its application process.

Tom Ikimi, a leader of the Action Congress of Nigeria, ACN, one of the merging parties forming the APC, announced this to reporters on Tuesday in Abuja.

He said the application was made to the electoral umpire on Friday last week and was signed by nine people as required by the electoral law. Mr. Ikimi named the nine people as the National Chairmen, Secretaries, and Treasurers of the three merging parties, the ACN, CPC, and the All Nigeria Peoples Party, ANPP.

The APC, once registered will be Nigeria’s main and largest opposition party.

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