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SAPC releases mode of primaries’ list for 36 states and FCT

The National Working Committee (NWC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has approved the mode of primaries for Saturday, September 29, 2018 governorship primary elections scheduled to hold across the thirty-six states of the nation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
The information was released in a statement by APC spokesman, Yekini Nabena this afternoon.
The National Working Committee (NWC) has banned the Adamawa State Working Committee from participating either as delegates or superintendents towards the governorship primaries holding in the State.
“This is due to the fact that the Adamawa State Working Committee was prejudiced in favor of a governorship aspirant”, the statement reads.
The list of mode of primaries in all 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) can be found below:
ABIA: DIRECT PRIMARIES
ADAMAWA: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
AKWA IBOM: DIRECT PRIMARIES
ANAMBRA: DIRECT PRIMARIES
BAUCHI: DIRECT PRIMARIES
BAYELSA: DIRECT PRIMARIES
BENUE: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
BORNO: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
CROSSRIVER: DIRECT PRIMARIES
DELTA: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
EBONYI: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
ENUGU: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
EDO: DIRECT PRIMARIES
EKITI: DIRECT PRIMARIES
GOMBE: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
IMO: DIRECT PRIMARIES
JIGAWA: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
KADUNA: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
KANO: DIRECT PRIMARIES
KASTINA: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
KEBBI: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
KOGI: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
KWARA: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
LAGOS: DIRECT PRIMARIES
NASARAWA: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
NIGER: DIRECT PRIMARIES
OGUN: DIRECT PRIMARIES
ONDO: DIRECT PRIMARIES
OSUN: DIRECT PRIMARIES
OYO: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
PLATEAU: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
RIVERS: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
SOKOTO: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
TARABA: DIRECT PRIMARIES
YOBE: INDIRECT PRIMARIES
ZAMFARA: DIRECT PRIMARIES
FCT: DIRECT PRIMARIES
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