APC denies postponing NEC meeting

John Odigie-Oyegun, APC Chairman
John Odigie-Oyegun, APC Chairman

The All Progressive Congress, APC, has denied reports that the party’s National Executive Committee, NEC meeting has been postponed. 

On Thursday, there was a report (not PREMIUM TIMES) that the party’s National Caucus and NEC meetings, scheduled for October 30 and 31 respectively, had been postponed.

The party’s  publicity secretary, Bolaji Abdullahi, however denied the report on Thursday in an interview with PREMIUM TIMES.

“I am really surprised because there is no such thing. The caucus meeting is still holding on the 30th and NEC on the 31st,” he said.


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  • Tuesday

    APC will not move forward until the party accords Tibubu the respect he deserves. How can a party just decide to ignore the man who formed it. Tinubu made Oyegun the chairman and made Buhari the candidate of the party and the duo think they can betray him and get away with it. It is against the law of nature. A river that abandons its source will dry up in no time.

    If Tinubu had been given his right place in APC, the country will not be where it is today. Love him or hate him, the man has solutions to the ills bedeviling this country and I expected Buhari to have worked closely with him if he truly love Nigeria. Buhari out of his tribalistic orientation ignored Tinubu and the result is what we are seeing in Nigeria today. I implore Tinubu to do everything humanly possible to see that Buhari does not win a reelection in 2019.