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An Igbo Man Or Woman As President In 2023 Will Improve Our Unity – IPSC

Ohanaeze Ndigbo

Ohanaeze Ndigbo

A political pressure group, Igbo for President Solidarity Congress, IPSC, has urged the people of all walks of life to back the Igbo ethnic nationality to deliver the country’s President in 2023.

The group revealed that in the next election cycle, it is only fair for the South-East zone to produce President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor as they have waited for so long.

According to its national stakeholders’ meeting on Monday, IPSC President, Dr. Olukayode Oshinariyo, the time is here for Nigerians to abandon every political leanings and support the Igbos in their fight to finally take over the top office in the land.

The group added that the Igbos have embraced patriotism and nationalism since 1970 after the civil war, so the unity of our nation would be better enhanced with an Igbo man or woman as president.

His words, “The journey is tempestuous as Igbo must be prepared to cross the Niger and Benue Rivers and trek the deserts. The agitation by the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, and similar groups had aggravated anxiety and distrust. These negative tendencies and vagaries must be obliterated from the consciousness of Nigerians,”

“In 1956 when the British granted Nigeria self-government, the North expressed its unpreparedness to accept and under intense pressure, threatened to secede. In 1993, when Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale, MKO Abiola’s election victory was annulled, the West established the Oodua Republic in response to the injustice perpetrated against the Yoruba to become Nigerian President,”

“It is payback time to reciprocate Igbo patriotism and nationalism since 1970 after the civil war.”

“We have no motivation other than the oneness, peace and unity of our country. It is our considered opinion that the unity of our country would be better enhanced if an Igbo man or woman becomes the President of Nigeria in 2023. It is time to come together and conduct our affairs as people committed to the yearnings of all and sundry. The Igbo have done their part and it is only apt for all to support them this time.”

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