All indications are that the National Convention of the All Progressives Congress (APC) scheduled for February 26 may be postponed again by two weeks.
Although there is no formal announcement about the postponement, a very reliable party source said Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC) of the party and the APC governors would meet President Muhammadu Buhari today to propose a new date.
The date being proposed is 12 March, ThisDAY reported.
“The convention has been postponed by two weeks but it is not official yet. The Caretaker Committee and the governors will meet with the President on Saturday (today) to propose the new date.”
Also, a former member of the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party, who pleaded for anonymity, said it was already clear that the convention would not hold, “because there are some things that needed to be done for the convention to hold as scheduled on February 26 and most of them had not been done, with few days to February 26.”
The source stressed that, for instance, one of the things that ought to have been done was zoning of party offices.
“People have not bought forms and people cannot buy form if the zoning is not done; and forms cannot come out until the zoning is done. That is when aspirants will know what kind of forms they are buying. If you don’t know the zoning, you can’t buy a form.
“There are no committees; all the sub-committees have not been set up as we speak. I remember that at the last convention, there were over 20 committees beside the main convention committee.”
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