By Enekorogha Godbless
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has revealed that it was yet to conclude plans on the final timeline for the conduct of activities for the party’s primary elections.
This was made known to the public by the party’s national publicity secretary Mr Felix Morka after a meeting held by the All Progressive Congress (APC) national working committee (NWC) on Wednesday.
The publicity secretary of the All Progressive Party (APC) Mr Felix Morka also asserted that the party has not concluded discussions on the development of the Party.
According to him “We discussed the programme for our party’s primaries, looking at the timeline of activities that is to come. I will not be able to give you a run-down of the details of that schedule because that is still in discussion, and we are yet to conclude on a definite plan or timetable or schedule for our primaries,” he said.
“But I can confirm that we did have that conversation today. We began it today, but we have not concluded or made any decision.”
He asserted that deliberation of the final decisions of the party would be disclosed to the general public immediately after the party takes its final decisions.
The APC party’s spokesman unveiled that, political appointees would be guided by law according to the party’s position on section 84(12) of the electoral act towards participation in the primary election.
According to him “Both the ministers and other appointees and the party’s leadership had excellent counsel and guidance. I am sure everyone involved intends to comply fully with the letters of the electoral act,” he added.