APGA set for congresses for election of Primary AD-HOC delegates

The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has announced plans to hold 2022 Primary ward congresses for election of Ad-hoc delegates on Tuesday, May 10.

The congresses which will take place in the Wards will be for the State House of Assembly, House of Representatives, Senate and Governorship primaries.

In a statement released on Monday 2 by the National Organizing Secretary, Ifeanyi Mbaeri, the party said:

“…there shall be 3 separate ad-hoc delegates per Ward, for each of State House of Assembly, House of Representatives, Senate and Governorship primary election, bringing to 12 the total number of ad-hoc delegates per Ward.

“The National Working Committee will appoint a 3 man Ward Congress Panel for each State to organize, supervise and oversee the conduct of Ward Congresses as stipulated in Article 1(4) of the Electoral Guidelines.

“The 3 ad hoc delegates for each primary election will be elected on the spot from among the accredited members at each Ward that indicated interest to contest as delegates.

“No purported prior writing/compilation of lists of ad-hoc delegates will be tolerated.

“The role of the State Working Committees of the Party in the Ward Congresses shall be as assigned to them by the 3 Man Ward Congress Panel.

“Upon conclusion of the Ward Congresses, the Ward Congress Panel for each state shall collate the outcome for immediate transmission to the National Secretariat of APGA.

“The Ward Congress Panel must submit a Comprehensive List of Delegates (statutory/ad-hoc) for each state to the National Chairman on or before May 12, 2022.”

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