Nigeria’s APC Raises N21b For Forms So Far, See List

The All Progressives Congress (APC) which is the Nigeria ruling party has so far raised 21 billion from the sales of forms for the 2023 contest so far.


While pundits think APC is raising a parting gift for its officials, party supporters say the money will enable them to run the party and stay beyond May 29, 2023. 


See list of people who has so far bought the APC forms that made the party to raise about 21 billion within weeks. 


1) Sen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu ₦100mn

2) Prof. Yemi Osibanjo          ₦100mn

3) Rotimi Amaechi.                ₦100mn

4) Sen. Godswill Akpabio.    ₦100mn

5) Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu.         ₦100mn

6) Sen. Chris Ngige.              ₦100mn

7) Sen. Rochas Okorocha.   ₦100mn

8 Sen. Ibikunle Amosu.        ₦100mn

9) Pst. Tunde Bakare.           ₦100mn

10) Com. Adams Oshiomole₦100mn

11) Prof. Ben Ayade.              ₦100mn

12) Gov. Dave Umahi.            ₦100mn

13) Dr. Kayode Fayemi.         ₦100mn

14) Emeka Nwajiuba.            ₦100mn

15) Sen. Ken Nnamani.        ₦100mn

16) Yahaya Bello.                  ₦100mn

17) Sen. Orji Uzor Kalu.        ₦100mn

18) Gov. Badaru.                   ₦100mn

  1. Godwin Emefiele            ₦100mn
  2. Ahmed Sani Yerima      ₦100mn
  3. Ajayi Borriface.             ₦100mn
  4. Mrs Uji Ohnenye.         ₦50mn
  5. Pastor Nicholas Felix Nwagbo₦100mn
  6. Dimeji Bankole            ₦100mn
  7. Yunusa Nuhu Ometo. ₦100mn
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 As at Thursday, The National Organising Secretary of APC, Alhaji Sulaiman Arugugu, Said;


  1. 241 aspirants picked senatorial forms x 20m each = ₦4,820,000,000


  1. 821 aspirants Picked House of Representatives x 10m each = ₦8,210,000,000


  1. 1,505 aspirants Picked States House of Assembly x 2m each = ₦3,010,000,000


  1. 48 aspirants Picked Governorship x 50m each = ₦2,400,000,000


  1. 15 aspirants Picked Presidential x 100m each = ₦2,500,000,000


*Thursday total = ₦20,940,000,000 (Approximately 21 billion)


 Unfortunately, with all this money being thrown around, APC’s Federal Government is castigating ASUU over the incessant strike asking them to manage the situation of no funds in the country and forfeit their demands as Nigeria doesn’t have money.

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