The APC is in the post-Adam Oshiomhole era as a new caretaker committee is now in charge following the removal of the national chairman.
As it prepares to hold its national convention, the ruling party is shopping for the most worthy candidate that will fill the vacancy.
The ruling party was in June marred by a leadership crisis after the suspension of Oshiomhole as upheld by the court, and two factions later emerged.
With Adams Oshiomhole out of the way, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has begun searching for a new national chairman.
The party has four months to get a worthy candidate who will fill the position at its national convention that is scheduled to hold in November.
The Nation reports that party sources have hinted that the new chairman might emerge from the south-east region so as to pacify those from the zone who feel marginalised.