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BREAKING: Tinubu, APC Governors And NWC In Critical Meeting

The National Working Committee of the All progressives Congress, the Presidential Campaign Council and APC governors are in a critical meeting with the Presidential Candidate of the APC, Bola Tinubu.

The meeting is presently ongoing at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel in Abuja.

It was gathered that the meeting was set up to harmonise the party’s campaign council list and also to strategise on, review and approve the nationwide presidential campaign programme prepared by the PCC.

With so much traffic and security presence at Transcorp Hilton, venue of Wednesday’s tripartite meeting between the All Progressives Congress Presidential Candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, APC governors, Presidential Campaign Council and members of the National Working Committee.

According to report, The meeting, was a follow-up to the negotion held by Senator Abdullahi Adamu-led NWC and the APC governors.

In attendance were Tinubu’s running mate, Senator Kashim Shettima; Chairman of the Progressive Governors Forum, Atiku Bagudu; Deputy Director General of the PCC, Adams Oshimhole; Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje and Plateau State Governor, Simon Lalong.

The  meeting, started at about 12.00 noon and is still ongoing.

An anonymous source has disclosed that the meeting was expected to hold for two hours but added that it was likely to extend to four hours, adding that the final council list would be concluded.

Meanwhile, the agenda of the meeting was not disclosed, sources said the candidate has decided to take the bull by the horn by inviting all stakeholders of his campaign including those who were aggrieved over the exclusion of their nominees from the initial 422-man list of the council to a political roundtable.

According to the source, at the end, it is certain that they will conclude on the composition of the final council list as well as a date for the campaign kick-off.”

However,the Spokesman of the PCC,  Festus Keyamo and Director of Media and Communications, Bayo Onanuga, confirmed the meeting but declined commenting on the agenda.

In Keyamo’s statement, “I really can’t say anything now until the end of the meeting,” 

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