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APC Appoints Zack Orji, Jide Kosoko, 22 Other Actors Into Tinubu’s Campaign Council

24 entertainment personalities were appointed to Tinubu’s APC campaign council.

No less than 24 entertainers have been appointed to join the presidential campaign council list of the flagbearer of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu.

APC Appoints Zack Orji, Jide Kosoko, 22 Other Actors Into Tinubu's Campaign Council

APC Presidential Campaign Council For Tinubu

The APC on Friday announced the 422-man list of nominees who will be participating in or heading campaign activities in various capacities across their respective directorates and cadres.

Actor Zac Orji was appointed a director for the directorate of performing arts and is to work in the south-east zone.

Other actors who were also appointed in various capacities include Benedict Johnson as Imo state spokesperson.

Foluke Daramola was appointed media assistant for Lagos while Jide Kosoko was named the Lagos secretary.

The 24 entertainment personalities who are part of the 422 nominees are to pick up their respective appointment letters on September 26 in Abuja.

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APC Releases List Of Tinubu’s Campaign Council

APC Appoints Zack Orji, Jide Kosoko, 22 Other Actors Into Tinubu's Campaign Council

KanyiDaily recalls that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had also constituted its presidential campaign organization ahead of the commencement of campaigns for the 2023 general election.

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