By our reporter
November 15 this year has been circled in calendars as the day the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) kicks off its presidential campaign rallies.
The event, which most Nigerians have been yearning for, is scheduled to take off in Jos, the Plateau State capital.
According to a timetable and schedule of activities titled ‘2022/2023 Presidential Campaign Calendar’ issued from the party’s Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) and sighted today by APC NewsOnline, there will be several town hall meetings with different stakeholders across the country before December 31 this year.
For instance, the party’s presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has already held a town hall meeting with the Lagos business community, on Tuesday, November 1, 2022.
In demonstration of sympathy with public ordeal over the flooding in some states, the schedule indicates that a visit to flood-affected states of Kogi, Taraba and Yobe was billed for Thursday, November 3 this year.
The serene capital of Cross River state, Calabar, will come alive on Saturday, November 5 as it plays host to a town hall meeting of APC heavyweights. The next day, there will be a dinner in Abuja with campaign patrons.
The overall campaign schedule also involves meetings with agro and commodity groups, inter-faith town hall meetings, trade associations, rallies, meetings with civil society groups and similar events.
The party also slated December 4 to 10 for “international engagements” where Tinubu would meet with some stakeholders in the diaspora.
A rally and musical concert in the seat of power, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), is billed for February 8, 2023 while the Lagos rally which is expected to come last, would hold on February 13.
Find below the complete schedule: