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APC Presidential Campaign Council Can Change Timetable Anytime – Keyamo




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The spokesman for the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council, Festus Keyamo, has the party’s newly-released timetable and schedule of activities can be changed at anytime.

According to the Minster of State for Labour and Employment, the schedule of activities of the party’s presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, is a working draft that is subject to changes.

Keyamo made this known in a chat with The Punch on Thursday after he released a revised timetable hours after the original schedule was released.

Naija News reports that hours after the original timetable was released this morning, the spokesman of the Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) released an amended schedule of activities and timetable.

Speaking on the reason the timetable was amended again, Keyamo stated that the schedule of events and dates was a working draft, which is still subject to further adjustment.

The PCC spokesman stated Tinubu is expected to officially kick off his campaign rally in Jos, Plateau State capital on November 15 as earlier reported by Naija  News.

He said, “They are all subject to change or amendments as we progress due to human nature. Nobody expected the flood, for example. But it came, and all of a sudden, it slows down activities and all that.

“So this is a working draft. At least, we have a draft to work with. My final comment on this is that it is Ceteris Paribus. That is, all things being equal.”

Keyamo, however, failed to give the reason the ruling party changed its venue from Ilorin to Jos in the space of three weeks.

I have no further comment on that. The reason for those decisions – we are not going to tell the public,” he said.

Revised Timetable/ Schedule of Activities

In the revised timetable, the official kick off date of the presidential campaign rally in Jos on November 15 remains intact, while the party shifted an arranged dinner with campaign patrons in Abuja from November 6 to 8.

The Council, in the revised timetable, scheduled an interfaith town hall meeting in Abuja on November 9 and another in Calabar on November 12.

According to the revised timetable, there will be series of rallies in Delta (19), Imo (21), Adamawa (24), Ogun (26), Enugu (29) and Sokoto (30) respectively.

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Between December 4 and 10, the campaign team will embark on international engagement with stakeholders in Diaspora.