Adamawa APC to re-launch campaign

Adamawa on map
Adamawa on map

The Adamawa State chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, is set to re-launch its campaign across the 21 local governments of the state ahead of the rescheduled March/April elections.

While making the disclosure during a stakeholders meeting in Yola, Saturday, the Director General of the gubernatorial campaign team, Abdurrahaman Jimeta, said the move was to enhance the chances of the party in the rescheduled elections.

He noted that the rescheduled campaign tour that would commence on March 6 €would be the third time the party would tour the state. It had earlier toured towards the October 11 by-election and the general elections previously scheduled for February.

“We shall re-launch another campaign rally as the previous campaigns have been nullified with the shifting of the February polls,” Mr. Jimeta said. “This time around we shall restrict our campaign rallies to the headquarters of the local government unlike what obtains during the previous rallies where we visited most of the wards due to time constraint.”

He added that the party would also use the window provided to kick-start ward-to-ward and house-to-house campaign across the state.

Mr. Jimeta urged the party stakeholders to persevere in view of the poor finances within the party. He noted that such personal sacrifices by members of the party made APC the party to beat in Nigeria.

He promised those who invest their time of adequate compensation if the party wins the election. He said the effort of each member of the party was being noted and would be rewarded adequately.

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