From Damisi Ojo, Akure
The Party in a statement signed by its publicity secretary, Mr. Alex Kalejaiye sited logistic challenges as the reason for the postponement without stating the new date.
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A statement from the party’s spokesman, Alex Kalejaiye said “The State Secretariat of Ondo State chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC) regrets to announce the postponement of its primaries for councillorship and chairmanship aspirants, earlier scheduled for Monday and Tuesday 4th February, 2020. The alteration is not unconnected with logistic challenge.
“Party leaders are expected today to decide on a fresh date”.
The statement appealed for the understanding of all stakeholders, particularly the aspirants on its platform.
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