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2023: Tinubu Campaign Organisation Inaugurates Zonal Coordinators, others




The Asiwaju Tinubu Presidential Campaign Organisation (ATPCO) on Wednesday, inaugurated six Executive Directors, six Zonal Coordinator and Think-Tank/Resource Persons to achieve 2023 presidential mandate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) candidate.

The Director-General of the campaign organisation, a formal Minister of Communication, Mr Adebayo Shittu while inaugurating the members said that they represented the six-geo political zones in the country.

According to him, the members will be saddled with the responsibility to drive the national quest of the Tinubu 2023 Presidential Campaign Agenda.

Newsmen report that ATPCO is an agglomeration of more than 300 independent electioneering campaign support groups which were founded respectively by APC stalwarts and Tinubu lovers from the six Geo-political zones of Nigeria.

According to Shittu, the basic focus and commitment of all of these federating groups is to work tirelessly and passionately through electioneering campaign, in states, local government areas, towns, villages, communities and wards.

“This is for the ultimate electoral victory and triumph of our Principal, Asiwaju Tinubu, and the APC Presidential Candidate at the 2023 presidential election.

“The Executive Directors are Muhammed Sambo, ED. Administration North-East; Dr. Farakwai Modibbo, ED Operation, North-West;  Dr. Bassey Archibong, ED Finance, South-South.

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“Others are Amb. Jerry Ugbokwe, ED Media & Publicity South-East, Yusuf Salihu, Contact, Mobilisation  and Branding, North-Central and Ramatu Musa, Women Affairs,” he said.

According to him, apart from the ED itemised above, other supporting National Executive officers are Ronke Balogun Deputy ED, Women Affairs; Tosin Shoga, ED Youth Affairs and Muhammad Abdul-Kabir, Deputy ED, Youth Affairs.

“Also, Awa Bamiji, Special Adviser (Media and Publicity); Prince Abiola Ogundeko, Special Adviser (Digital and New Media) and Ibrahim Marmara, Special Adviser on Political Matters.

“Others are Amb. Ginika Tor, Special Adviser on Special Duties, Muhammed Adamu, Strategic Adviser to the D-G, Chinonso Nwangwu, Special Adviser on Contact, Mobilization & Protocol,’’ he stated.

Shittu added that the six zonal coordinators’ sole responsibility was to assist in coordinating activities of all the support groups in all the states of their geo-political zones, adding that the coordinators would do these through their respective state directors.

He said that the names of the coordinators included Amb. Soji Iji, South-West; Prof. Jasper Jumbo, South-South; Mrs Nkechi Nwaogu, South-East; Yusuf Maitama, North-West; Amb. Musa Tsoken, North-East and Sani Gangare, North-Central.

He said that these six zonal coordinators would be respectively assisted by five state coordinators similar to those of the ED at the National level.

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“Let me affirm that the leadership of this organisation has implicated confidence in all of these distinguished party officials who have been carefully selected to deliver on the Asiwaju Tinubu Electoral Mandate.

“Also, the organisation has set up a Think-Tank/Resource persons group which has the Chairman, Prof. Oserheimen Osunbor, former governor of Edo, he will be assisted by two current Vice-Chancellors.

“Retired Military Generals and several distinguished professionals, both men and women from all works of life and from all parts of our country; they are being formally inaugurated today.

“Their main mandate is to seek from Nigerians, what the electorate and the youth in particular, expect from the Tinubu Presidency when it resumes in government,” he said.

According to him, the group would then formulate these yearnings and expectations into a workable and implementable action plan to be christened the rebirth manifesto, a manifesto seeking to return to Nigerians.

“In a practicable, implementable, realistic and sincere hope which guarantees progressive change and dynamically transformative governance within the first term of the Tinubu government, by God’s Grace.

“Among others, the Think-Thank would recommend timelines in the implementation of policies on educational transformation, total fight against Insecurity, provision of full employment for the millions of hapless youths,” he said.

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Osunbor after being inaugurated said that there was work to be done since they were saddled with the responsibility to engage Nigerian youth, especially those that have been at home for the past five months.

“We have been given four to six weeks to actualise our report to assure our principal of victory polls in 2023, and I assure you that at the end of the day the result will be well deserving,’’ he said.

Prof. Ben Nwoye, a member of the Think-Tank resource persons said that they were equal to the task and urged members not to back down from the accusations thrown at their principal Tinubu.

Nwoye added that politics was not an easy game that it needed strong people to prove the accusers wrong. (NAN)


2023: APC Suspends Jigawa Lawmaker over Alleged Anti Party Activity




The All Progressives Congress (APC), in Jigawa state has suspended the member of the state House of Assembly representing the Kanya Babba constituency, Hon Usman Haladu Isah, for allegedly sabotaging the party.

This was contained in a press statement jointly signed by the party chairman of Babura Local Government, Isa Ubale, and the party chairman of Kanya Babba Constituency and made available to newsmen.

The statement said the member was accused of undermining the party ahead of the 2023 general election and disrespecting the party’s elders.

The embattled lawmaker also lost his ticket to Ibrahim Hashim Kanya in the APC primary election for the coming 2023 general election.

Ubale said the suspension was unanimously agreed by all the party leaders in the constituency.

The suspension took effect from the 24th of September 2022, pending the conclusion of the investigation for further action.

The statement added that a copy of the suspension document had been sent to the stakeholders of the party in the state.

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Plateau: Kwande Reconciles Warring PDP Groups, Party Ready for Elections




From Jude Dangwam, Jos

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has resolved to work for all candidates of the party beginning from the Presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar to the Governorship candidate Caleb Mutfwang, Senatorial candidates, House of Representatives candidates and the State House of Assembly flag bearers of the party in the forthcoming 2023 general elections in the country.

The resolution was reached at a healing meeting called by the former Ambassador to Switzerland Amb. Yahaya Kwande held at his residence with all factions, party leadership and the Governorship candidate arriving at a common ground to work together for the success of the party as official campaign leading to the 2023 elations will kick-started in few days.

The former Secretary to the Plateau State Government, Prof. Shedrach Best while briefing newsmen after the five hours closed door meeting at the residence of the elder statesman Monday in Jos the state capital disclosed that all issues have been resolved and the party is ready to go into electioneering campaigns.

In his words, “There has been a lot of concern on the unity of the party in Plateau state, and there has been discordant statements in regards to the support of the Presidential candidate of the PDP Atiku Abubakar.

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“This meeting addressed all those issues of the need to unite the party, the need to get the people work together because there has been groups that are working across purposes but today by virtue of the Convener who happens to be an elder stateman Yahaya Kwande, he was able to bring together all shade of opinions under one roof.”

He added, “We have been able to discuss the unity of the party so that we get ready for the take off of campaigns, and we are going into this campaign as one house, we are going as one Plateau, one PDP. We have agreed that every persons that bear the flag of the PDP beginning from the Presidential flag bearer Atiku Abubakar, through the Governorship flag bearer Caleb Mutfwang to Senate candidates, House of Representatives candidates and House of Assembly candidates, this party will support them and deliver them.”

Best explained the essence of the meeting, “This is a healing meeting at the residence of this elder statesman who we consider a father figure, we wanted a rallying point and this is the rallying point, we wanted a meeting point and this is the meeting point, If you look at the meeting, the State Working Committee (SWC) is represented, the Jang group and the Huseni group are equally represented, all people from both sides were here.”

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While responding on the Governor Wike’s position on the party and the possible support for the victory of the party in the coming elections he stated, “The Plateau PDP has been around since 1999, and Wike’s support is a recent phenomenon, I believe that this party is good to go. PDP is strong enough because the backbone of the party is the people, and Plateau people are essentially and fundamentally PDP.

“If we get Wike’s support fine, but if we don’t, I believe this party is sustainable; remember that in 2019 when we held elections, Atiku Abubakar won in Plateau state and there was no support from Wike, we are capable of replicating that,” he assured party faithful and Plateau citizens.

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Adjustment of the Time-Table of Activities Earmarked to Commence Campaigns by the Tinubu/Shettima Presidential Campaign Council.




By Jude Opara, Abuja

The crisis that trailed the list of members of the Campaign Council may have forced the All Progressives Congress (APC) to postpone indefinitely its earlier planned Peace Walk and Prayers to flag off it campaigning programme.

In a statement made available to newsmen late on Monday, Chairman of the APC National Campaign Council and governor of Plateau state, Simon Lalong said the event would now hold an a later date.

He said the postponement was done to include many other stakeholders who would want to be part of the campaign team.

Lalong wrote; “Recall that we had earlier earmarked a peace walk and prayers for Wednesday, September 28, 2022, to  officially kick-off our campaigns for the 2023 Presidential Elections. We had also announced that the members of the Campaign Council report at the Campaign Headquarters on that day to collect their letters of appointments.


“However, due to the expansion of the list to accommodate more stakeholders and interests within the APC family, we have decided to adjust the time-table of these activities in order to ensure everyone is on board before activities officially commence. Consequently, the activities earlier announced for the 28th of September will no longer hold.

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“As the ruling and most attractive party in Nigeria, we understand the sacrifices and understanding of our teeming members who are more than willing to volunteer themselves for this great task ahead. It also shows the enormous love that the party members have for our candidates. 

“A new date and time-table of events will be announced soon”.

Many party stakeholders have been complaining that they were ignored in the composition of the Campaign Council, insisting it was lopsided.  

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