The All Progressives Congress (APC) has debunked reports circulating on social media on purported zoning of key positions of the incoming 10th National Assembly as misleading.
The party, therefore, called on the public to disregard the report in its entirety.
The National Publicity Secretary of APC, Barr. Felix Morka in a statement issued on Friday described the report indicating that the positions have been zoned as false, misleading, and should be disregarded in its entirety.
He said: “The attention of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been drawn to a report circulating on social media on purported zoning of key positions of the incoming 10th National Assembly.
“The report is false and misleading, and should be disregarded in its entirety. The party has not made any decision on zoning of positions or offices of the 10th Assembly.
“As soon as a decision is made on zoning, it will be made public through the party’s official communications channel.”
Recall that at the meeting with new National Assembly members-elect, the President-elect, Bola Tinubu revealed that he has no preferred candidates for the leadership of both chambers who would constitute the 10th National Assembly.
Also, at the meeting, National Chairman of the party, Senator Abdulahi Adamu also said the party leadership and Tinubu would make appropriate consultations in working out a formula for the sharing of National Assembly offices.
He said whatever sharing formula the party and the President-elect arrives at would be fair, just, equitable and satisfy the majority of party members.