APC To Unveil Interim Executive Committee This Week
Barring unforeseen circumstances, the All Progressives Congress (APC), will this week unveil its interim executive committee as the three major parties in the merger has agreed on which party takes the respective positions that constitutes the committee.
Although, no concrete decision was reached at the Tom Ikimi led meeting to discuss the issue on Tuesday, the merger committee is reported to have allotted five positions each to the three main parties in the merger, but deferred on who occupies the various offices to their individual parties.
Already, the party has named the Chairman, national secretary and the treasurer, all of whom will serve in the interim, it has however refused to disclose who the occupants of this offices are.
Name of officers who will occupy these offices in the interim, according the spokesman of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), Rotimi Fashakin have been submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission.
Fashakin said the occupants of these positions were picked from the set of those who signed the application for the merger party registration that was submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
He however refused to reveal the names of the officers, promising that the names would be revealed before the end of the week.
information available to Abusidiqu.com reveals that incumbent national chairman of the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN), Bisi Akande is most likely to emerge chairman of the interim executive committee of the merging All Progressive Congress (APC), while the position of the BoT Chairman is believed to have been reserved for CPC leader and former head of state, General Muhammadu Buhari.
The occupants for the posts of national secretary and national treasurer of the interim executive committee would be unveiled before the end of this week.
Addressing newsmen after the meeting yesterday in Abuja, Ikimi said said, “We have reviewed the processes that are ongoing with regards to our registration and look into various issues in order to enable us to carry all the merging parties along.”
“This night, there would be caucus meetings of the merging parties and so we have worked out various things which we want to take to the caucus meetings where we would meet with the leaders of our various parties to enable us finalise these matters.
On the interim officers, he said: “We have looked into various structures that should ensure merging parties are taken along. This we will discuss tonight to see that every party is carried along. Well, there is much time left now. I am sure it is in a matter of days.”
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