The ruling party All Progressives Congress (APC) has released its primary election timetable for the forthcoming 2023 general elections.

The timetable was released by the party after its national executive committee (NEC) meeting on Wednesday in Abuja.

The party’s presidential candidates are expected to pay N100 million to buy the nomination form while the governorship candidates will pay N50 million.

The price of nomination form for state house of assembly was pegged at N2 million while the house of representatives is N10million and the senate is N20 million.

According to the schedule, a notice of election to state chapters would commence on April 22.

The party said the sale of forms for the various public offices will begin from April 23 to May 6.

It said the congress to elect state and national delegates would be held between May 7 and 9.

The ruling party said aspirants for the state house of assembly and governorship will be screened on May 12.

Those aspiring to hold seats in the house of representatives and senate will be screened on May 13 and those seeking to clinch the party’s presidential ticket will be screened on May 14.

The party said it will screen aspirants for positions of state house of assembly and governorship on May 14; house of representatives and senate on May 17; and presidential aspirants on May 23.

The primaries for governorship, state house of assembly, house of representatives, and senate will be held on May 18, 20, 22, and 24 respectively.

No date has been fixed for the presidential primary election.

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