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BREAKING: APC NWC Releases Zoning Formula For National Assembly Positions [FULL LIST]

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has released its long-awaited zoning formula for leadership positions in the upcoming 10th National Assembly.

POLITICS NIGERIA reports that in a statement signed by Barr. Felix Morka, the National Publicity Secretary of the party, the National Working Committee of the party announced the positions of Senate President and Speaker of the House of Representatives, naming Senator Godswill Akpabio and Tajudeen Abass respectively.

The statement revealed that the party’s National Working Committee had considered reports of consultations and meetings with President-Elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, other party leaders, and stakeholders on the zoning arrangement for the leadership positions.

The NWC also called for further consultations with all necessary stakeholders to ensure the support of aspirants to the National Assembly leadership positions and party members across the country.



The zoning arrangement is as follows:

SENATE:

1. Senate President – South South – Senator Godswill Akpabio (Akwa-lbom).

2. Deputy Senate President – North West-Senator Barau Jubrin (Kano).

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES:

3. Speaker, House of Representatives – North West – Hon. Abass Tajudeen (Kaduna)

4. Deputy Speaker – South East-Hon. Ben Kalu (Abia)

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7 Comments

    1. Did Igbo vote for APC? So you want them to chose or select senate president where they don’t have electoral value? Stop that nonsense campaign.

    2. They should wait for Obi to be president else election is over and governance means u put people in the positions they deserve. A monkey can not work for the baboon pls.

  1. Did Igbo vote for APC? So you want them to chose or select senate president where they don’t have electoral value? Stop that nonsense campaign.

  2. Akpabio is best choice for the job. He will so positively break the mold of NASS Leadership with real depth and democratic finesse Nigerians shall never forget.

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