The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has released it’s calendar and political itinerary for 2023 General elections.
Below is the breakdown of political activities.
1. Consultation continues January: 1-31
2. Intensive consultation continues February: 1-28
3. March: INEC gives guideline for aspirants, candidates, parties in respect of congress, primary election and campaign.
4. April: Campaign for Presidential and Gubernatorial elections.
5. May: Party Congresses.
6. June: Party Primary Elections.
7. July: Petitions on Primary elections.
8. August: Court of Appeal hearing on Primary elections conducted.
9. September: Supreme Court verdict on all Primary elections. Candidates & winners for Presidential & Gubernatorial flag bearer of Parties contesting.
10. October: Aggressive campaign by candidates/Parties across the federation.
11. November: Campaign continues.
12. December: Peace Accord signed by all presidential and Gubernatorial candidates.
13. February 2023: Presidential and National Assembly elections
14. March 2023: Gubernatorial and State Assembly elections.
15. Plan your Calendar for 2022 with this on your mind.
BREAKING: AFCON Favorites, Super Eagles Crashes Out
Anioma Youths Call On Ned Nwoko To Run For Senate
Gombe Federal Lawmaker, Yaya Bauchi, 11, 000 Others Dump APC
Estimated Billing: Delta Govt Tasks BEDC On Bulk Metering
I Apoligise To Nigerians For Being A Part Of The Most Wicked And Corrupt Party, Says Ogodo
Gov. Obaseki Mourns Death Of Edo NLC Chairman, Osayande
BREAKING: Heavily Armed Men Whisk Away Publisher Of Track News Online
1st Batch: DELSU Releases Admission List For 2021/2022 Academic Session
Police Arrest Best Friend To Suspected “Yahoo Boy” Fingered In Gruesome Murder Of Lover, Jennifer Anthony
Top Nigerian Female Scientist, Mercy Bankole Is Dead
I Will Give N1M To Anyone That Has Proof That I Want To Buy Abraka Main Market, Says Iyke
BREAKING: Gunmen Abduct Pastor, Shoot Wife Dead In Abraka
Suspected Yahoo Boy’, Osa Osaretine On The Run After Hacking His Girlfriend To Death On Christmas Eve
Pastor Kumuyi Adopts Renowned Music Minister, Dunsin Oyekan As Spiritual Son
Sports22 hours ago
AFCON 2021: Eguavoen Bans Pinnick From Super Eagles’ Dressing Room
Politics22 hours ago
Delta State APC Council Of Leaders Meets National Reconciliation Committee
Education12 hours ago
NANS To Shutdown Marine School Of Technology In Burutu Over Alleged Embezzlement Of Accreditation Funds, Others
Politics16 hours ago
PDP MEGA RALLY: Mrakpor Supporters Storm Venue, Demand Governorship Ticket
News14 hours ago
Governor Abiodun Says Ogun State Has Highest Number Of Yahoo Boys