APC To Commence Fresh Membership Registration

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Governor Buni-Led Caretaker Committee Receives Membership Registration Materials

Registration to Cover 119,973 Polling Units, 57, 000 Voting Points

 

Igboeli Arinze, FCT-  The Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Caretaker/Extraordinary Convention Planning Committee (CECPC) and Governor of Yobe State, Mai Mala Buni on today officially received materials for the party’s nationwide membership registration, update and revalidation exercise.

 

The exercise which is an idea of the Buni led caretaker committee is to be conducted across thirty-six states and the Federal capital Territory (FCT).

 

During the handover ceremony at the party’s national secretariat, Governor Buni was accompanied by the Governor of Jigawa, Abubakar Badaru; CECPC Secretary, Sen. John James Akpanudodehe among other senior party officials.

 

Governor Buni also disclosed that the APC membership registration, update and revalidation exercise will be conducted across the country’s 119,973 Polling Units and 57, 000 Voting Points.

 

“As you can see, we just took delivery of the first consignment of the registration materials for the exercise that will soon commence across the country. We have over 119, 000 polling units and 57, 000 Voting Points across the country. As you can see this is the membership register and we have the personal information slip that goes with the register as well. Like I said we have just taken first delivery and after taking stock,  we will unveil the date, the timetable for the registration across the country. We are going to register, revalidate our existing membership register across the country.” Governor Buni disclosed at the ceremony.

 

The membership registration, update and revalidation exercise is in line with the desired reforms under the Governor Mai Mala Buni-led CECPC and the recognised need to expand the membership base of the Party. The exercise will also target a broad spectrum of Nigerians across urban, rural dwellers, unlettered population and Nigerians living in the diaspora.

 

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