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Tinubu’s Campaign Starts In Plateau, With A Rally Scheduled On Monday In Anambra And Imo
2023 Election

Tinubu’s Campaign Starts In Plateau, With A Rally Scheduled On Monday In Anambra And Imo 

Tinubu will campaign in all 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.

By Omotayo Olutekunbi

The Asiwaju Bola Tinubu presidential campaign will launch in Jos, the capital of Plateau State, according to the governing All Progressives Congress (APC).

According to the party’s presidential calendar, which was made public on November 2, 2022, the APC will have its debut rally on November 15, 2022, in the state that is overseen by Simon Lalong, the Director General of its Presidential Campaign Council (PCC).

The APC chose a state in the North Central area to launch its presidential campaign.

The launch of the general election campaigns for 2023 was just authorized by the Independent National Electoral Commission.

The APC campaigns will soon begin after several attempts in the recent past faced numerous delays.

However, according to the timeline and calendar of events provided by the PCC, the party will host its first presidential rally in Plateau state while holding several town hall meetings with various stakeholders around the nation from November 16 to November 30.

Additionally, the APC reserved December 4–10, 2022, as a week for overseas engagements.

The Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria, Abuja, was also set for a protest and musical performance on February 8, 2023, while Lagos would host the last demonstration on February 13.

A further examination of the schedule showed that the APC has decided to hold its presidential campaign rally in the states of Anambra and Imo on a Monday.

The party further states that the Council will conduct “election planning” over the weeks of February 12–24 in preparation for the general election of 2023.

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