The Presidential Campaign Council of the ruling All Progressives Congress, has been dissolved.
The dissolution of the council was contained in a statement, jointly issued by the Director General of the council, Governor Simon Lalong and Honourable James Faleke, who was the Secretary of the Council.
However, the news of the Council dissolution was shared via Twitter, on Sunday morning, by Bashir Ahmad, A Special Assistant to the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd), on Digital Communications.
“Our great party, APC has dissolved its Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) inaugurated last year to prosecute the 2023 presidential election.”
“The dissolution was contained in a statement jointly signed by the DG of the Council, Gov Simon Lalong and the Secretary, Hon James Faleke,” Bashir Ahmad twitted.
The Council, which was constituted, in September last year, was set up to manage the campaign activities of the presidential election, which the party’s candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu won, in February this year.