The Ondo arm of the All Progressive Congress have called off the governorship primaries that were slated to hold this Saturday to next week Wednesday.
This move was made in a bid to diffuse the situation that has been brewing within the party.
Not only was the date was moved, but also the venue with the election now set to hold at the Democracy Park.
According to The Vanguard, the move to the Democracy park came after the Nigerian Army turned down their request to hold it in military barracks.
The state secretary of the party, Rotimi Rahman confirmed the shifting of the primaries to Wednesday next week when contacted by the Vanguard last night.
In related news, it has also been gathered that the delegates expected to elect the party’s representative have gone into hiding to avoid been camped by aspirants going about with cash to buy them over.
Out of 25 aspirants participating in the primaries, only one will be elected and that will come from the decision of 3,000 delegates across the 18 council areas of the state.
Reports indicate that many of these delegates have been moved out of the state so as to avoid any form of underhanded politics or corruption perpetrated by aspirants who might want to buy off some of the delegates.
The Vanguard reports that some aspirants have recruited lobbyists to shop for delegates across the council areas who swear to an oath once they have gotten any sort of commitment from any of the delegates.
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