President Muhammadu Buhari is expected to meet all APC state governors and the National Chairman of the party Adams Oshiomhole.

Members of the party’s National Working Committee (NWC) could also be in attendance at the meeting scheduled to hold this week.

Reports suggest that Buhari is worried APC governors are not working together ahead of the general elections in 2019.

The meeting may also review reconciliation efforts to pacify some aggrieved governors.

The President has banned public officers and agencies from contributing to his campaign.

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The NWC wrote President Buhari before his trip to Poland for an audience to firm up campaign modalities.

A presidency source said: “Mr. President will soon kick off his campaign after consultations with the party. The NWC actually wrote to seek an audience with him on some issues.

“These issues are campaign modalities, determining the kick-off date, outcome of the reconciliation efforts and how to ensure victory at the poll. Do not forget that the party gave the six reconciliation panels a two-week deadline to complete their assignment.

“The President promised to meet with the NWC after his trip to Poland. So, the session may hold this week.”

Responding to a question, the source added: “Buhari does not want public funds diverted to his campaign. He has warned public officers, ministries, departments and agencies against contributing to his campaign.

“The President is determined to end the practice of diverting funds meant for projects to campaign. Certainly, the 2019 poll will be based on character and the achievements of this administration.

“Government officers and heads of agencies who plan to fiddle with public funds for campaign will have themselves to blame.”

Most APC leaders prefer January for campaign shuttles in order not to disrupt the Christmas session.

Some leaders also advised the President to lay the 2019 Budget before embarking on campaign. The huge cost implications of campaigns have made the APC to target January.

A party source said: “We cannot disclose the kick-off date for our campaign until the NWC has met with the President.

“Left to most of our leaders, they have opted for a marathon campaign strategy from January 2019. But some support groups have been organising rallies and shuttles ahead of the main campaign.

“We are in government but APC does not have resources like the slush funds available to those in the opposition.

“So, we are trying to accommodate our campaign within our constrained budget.”

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