Felix Morka, the All Progressives Congress (APC) National Publicity Secretary, on Thursday evening said the ruling party is yet to inaugurate its Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) for the 2023 election because it is “working to accommodate those who want to serve”.
Morka said this during an interview on Channels TV’s Politics Today programme, monitored by Newsbreak.ng.
APC is working to accommodate those who want to serve on the presidential campaign council. This is why we are yet to inaugurate our campaign council. – APC spokesperson, Felix Morka#PoliticsToday#CTVTweets pic.twitter.com/fWZtsGLTr8
— Channels Television (@channelstv) September 29, 2022
“APC is working to accommodate those who want to serve on the presidential campaign council. This is why we are yet to inaugurate our campaign council,” Morka said.
The controversy generated by the release of the 422-member APC PCC is yet to abate following a caustic letter written by the Senator Abdullahi Adamu-led National Working Committee (NWC) to its presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu.
In the letter obtained in the wee hours of Thursday, Adamu accused Tinubu of breaching the agreement he had with the NWC with regard to the composition of the campaign council.
The composition of the council had been serially delayed as the NWC was said to have set up a three-member committee to interface with Tinubu’s team.
The NWC members were the National Organising Secretary, the National Legal Adviser, and Deputy Women Leader which was set up to harmonise the council membership list with Tinubu’s team.
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