President Muhammadu Buhari campaign team will visit Lagos on February 11, five days to the presidential election.
With 6,570,291 voters, Lagos has highest number of voters followed by Kano which has 5,457,747.
The campaign kicked off in Bauchi on Saturday. The train is expected to stop by the 36 states and the federal capital territory where it would be rounded off on February 14.
Below is a timetable of the president’s campaign trips:
The president who is seeking reelection had announced Bola Tinubu, a national leader of the APC, to be in charge of the campaign. At the launching of the campaign council, Buhari said he would actively participate in the campaign but will also focus on the business of governance during the period.
“Even though we have only 40 days, this campaign is going to tax us all because we intend to touch all corners of our great and vast country. But I must also add that, though we will all be deeply involved, I would like to assure the nation that I will do my part without making governance or my work suffer. Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, my co-chairman, will be fully in charge and is going to be on 24-hour vigil,” he had said.
The presidential election will hold on February 16.