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The All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council (APC-PCC) has released the revised campaign calendar of the party’s presidential candidate ahead of the February 25th elections.

This is coming after a crucial and strategic meeting among the presidential flag bearer, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, his running mate, Senator Kashim Shetimma, members of the Progressive Governors’ Forum (PGF) and the Campaign Council in Abuja on Monday night in Abuja.

A copy of the revised timetable shows that Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari is expected to attend rallies in Kwara State on January 17; Bauchi on January 23 while he will lead the Southwest zone campaign to Ogun State on the 25th.

The Sokoto campaign earlier slated for January 16 will hold on January 29 and while the South-South mega rally is expected in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State capital on the 30th.

The President will grace the rally in Lafia, Nasarawa State on February 4 while he will play the chief host on the 6th in Kastina State. He is billed to storm Owerri, Imo State on February 14, while he will also attend the grand finale rally of the campaign on February 18 in Lagos.

By the revised timetable, Tinubu is slated to have an interactive session with NESG on January 13.

He will engage all APC state chairmen, governorship and National Assembly candidates the next day.

The campaign train will on January 19 hit Calabar while Taraba State will play host to the campaign team on 20th in Jigawa State.

it will move on the 21st to Abia State; Benue (24th); Benue and Zamfara States are hosting on the 26th and 28th respectively while the campaign council round up the month in Anambra on the 31st of January.

The vice presidential candidate, Senator Kashim Shetimma is billed for the launching and commissioning of tractors for the All Farmers Progressive Association in Abuja on 27th January.

Kebbi will play host to the campaign team on the 1st of February while Ekiti and Osun will take their turn on the 2nd and 3rd of February.

Rallies in Oyo, Kogi and Rivers States are scheduled for the 7th, 8th and 9th of February and the train will move to the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja on the 11th of February.

Gombe, Borno and Kano States rallies are billed for the 13th, 15th and 16th of February respectively while the Osun State rally will hold on the 18th of February, it was earlier fixed for January 18.

The presidential candidate will engage in a town hall meeting with health professionals in Nigeria in Abuja on the 10th of February and a strategic engagement with Southwest leaders in Lagos on the 17th of February.

A mega rally is planned to round off the campaign on the 18th of February in Lagos while the 21st to 24th of February is earmarked for election planning ahead of the February 25th Presidential and National Assembly election.

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