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Wednesday, September 5, 2018

APC presidential, gov aspirants to pay N45m, N22.5m for forms


APC presidential, gov aspirants to pay N45m, N22.5m for forms




The All Progressives Congress will today
(Wednesday) begin the sale of expression of interest and nomination
forms to its aspirants for the 2019 elections.





The APC, in a statement on Tuesday, said
that during the sale of the forms, which would end on September 10, a
presidential aspirant would pay N45m, as against N55m reportedly fixed
by the party last week.





With the sale of the forms closing on
Monday, it means those seeking elective posts on the platform of the APC
have six days to pay the fees.





According to the party, each
presidential aspirant will pay N5m for expression of interest form and
N40m for the nomination form.





It added that a governorship aspirant
would pay N2.5m for expression of interest form and N20m for nomination
form making it N22.5m.





For a senatorial ticket, an aspirant will pay N1m for the expression of interest form and N6m for a nomination form.





The House of Representatives aspirant
will pay N3.85m, including N350,000 for the expression of interest form
and N3.5m for the nomination form.





The APC asks a House of Assembly
aspirant to pay N850,000, including N100,000 for the expression of
interest form and N750,000 for the nomination form.





It, however, gave a 50 per cent discount for female and physically challenged aspirants.





Recall that in 2014, those who sought the presidential ticket of the party paid N27m for both forms (expression and nomination).





Incumbent governors, who ran for a second term paid N10.5m, while fresh aspirants paid N5.5m


Incumbent senators paid N5.3m,  while
fresh aspirants paid N3.3m. Members of the House of Representatives, who
sought re-election, paid N3.2 m, while fresh aspirants coughed up
N2.2m. In the 36 states, sitting lawmakers in the Houses of Assembly
paid N800, 000, while fresh aspirants paid N550, 000,





Besides the fees, the APC on Tuesday
stated that its nationwide congresses to elect delegates would be held
on September 12, while on September 13 and 14 appeals arising from the
congress would be heard.





It added that from September  15 to September 18, aspirants who had purchased forms would be screened.





On September 19 and September 20, there will be appeals arising from the screening of aspirants to various posts.





 According to the APC,  its presidential primary would hold on September 20 and its appeals on  September 22.





It added that it would hold its governorship primaries on September 25 and its appeals on September 26 and 27.





 The APC will hold its senatorial and House of Representatives primaries
from September 27 to September 29, while state assembly primaries will
take place on October 2 and their appeals

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