2023 Election: Assessing APC’s NEC meeting, presidential primaries, others
By Guardian Exclusive
20 April 2022 | 1:23 pm
Muyiwa Adeyemi, The Political Editor at The Guardian Nigeria speaks on the expectations from the APC NEC meeting towards the 2023 presidential primary and how the new National Executive Council members can solve the lingering crises of many State chapters of the party.
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