The All Progressives Congress governorship aspirants in Kogi state have kicked against the choice of indirect primaries by the leadership of the party.
The national working committee of the party adopted the method to pick its candidate for the November election last week.
Our Correspondent, Habidah Lawal reports that the All Progressives Congress (APC) has adopted indirect primary election mode for Kogi state governorship poll. The decision was taken at a meeting of the party’s national working committee (NWC) which held last Friday.
The approval was given after a meeting of the NWC on Friday where a formal request from the Kogi State executive and stakeholders in preference for
the Indirect Primary was considered and deliberated on.
Twenty (20) aspirants of the party, are protesting the adoption of the indirect primary for the party’s flagbearer in the state. They said they were not consulted by the party before arriving at such decision.
The party is yet to announce a date or release a time table for the purchase of forms and the conduct of the primary election as at the time of filing this report.