The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has commenced the process for 2023 general elections beginning with the sale of nomination and expression of interest forms slated to commence on Tuesday.
National Publicity Secretary of the party, Mr. Ifeanyi Mbaeri, said on Sunday in Abuja that the sale and return of expression of interest and nomination forms will commence from March 29 to April 11 at APGA National Secretariat, Abuja.
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He also said that the screening of National Assembly prospective aspirants would hold between April 20 and 21, while the screening of presidential and governorship prospective aspirants would be April 22 and April 23.
The party also said that female aspirants and aspirants living with disability shall pay only 50 per cent of the fees stipulated for both the Expression of Interest and Nomination forms.
“We urged party members, prospective aspirants and other stakeholders to religiously adhere to the stipulations in APGA timetable and electoral guidelines for free, fair and hitch-free primary,” Mbaeri said.