2023: Ohaneze says no Igbo politician should run as vice-presidential candidate

2023: Ohaneze says no Igbo politician should run as vice-presidential candidate

The apex socio-political organisation in the Southeast, Ohaneze Ndigbo, on Thursday declared that no politician of Southeast extraction should accept to be running mate to any presidential candidate in 2023.

 

President-General of Ohaneze Ndigbo, Prof. George Obiozor, conveyed the declaration at the Imeobi Ohaneze Ndigbo meeting in Enugu.

 

Obiozor said the clamour for Igbo to be elected president of Nigeria was morally and historically justifiable, adding that it was a project to which every Igbo must commit

 

“All the double dealings about zoning and rotation of power are orchestrated conspiracy to deprive the Southeast of the right to produce the president.

 

“I encourage all the presidential aspirants from the zone to remain focused, tenacious and optimistic,’’ Obiozor said.

 

He said that the Political Action Committee (PAC) of Ohaneze Ndigbo would meet several eminent Nigerians to persuade them to appreciate why a politician of Southeast extraction should be elected as the next president of Nigeria.

 

Besides, Obiozor bemoaned the weekly “sit-at-home’’ order observed on Mondays in the Southeast and said that the Igbo were recording huge losses in incomes as a result of its observance.

 

“Ndigbo has tried severally to persuade the youths to realise the consequences of their actions,’’ he noted.

 

The prominent lgbo leaders in attendance at the Imeobi Ohaneze Ndigbo meeting include Chief Nnia Nwodo, the ninth President-General of Ohaneze Ndigbo, Sen. Victor Umeh, Peter Umeadi, Allison Madueke, Chris Iwuanyanwu and Prof. Fred Eze.

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