2023: Trouble for Atiku, Tambuwal, Kwankwaso as Afenifere, Ohanaeze reject northern candidates
There may be looming trouble for prominent politicians from the northern part of Nigeria who have shown interest to run for president in 2023 as the Southern and Middle Belt Forum have demanded that all political parties zone their presidential ticket to the South.
Kwankwaso, while featuring on Sunday Politics, a current affairs programme on Channels Television on Sunday, dismissed the power rotation between the North and the South.But the Southern and Middle Belt Forum, which comprises Yoruba socio-political group, Afenifere; the South-East socio-political group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo; and the Middle Belt Forum, urged all parties to zone their presidential ticket to the South ahead of the 2023 presidential election, adding that the South and the Middle Belt would not vote for a northern presidential candidate in 2023.Read more: Punch Newspapers »
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That's not fair to them. Anyway, let's give others a trial. The president is for the south not for North now Let keep praying for our dear country naigerian Very Good... If this set of people rule us again,this is what we will be using to build our house.Nigeria youths wake comes 2023. The ticket should be Peter obi for president tambuwal for Vice President
That's not democracy Are you guys born to rule, does that country belong to you guys alone. Your region has ruled that country more than any other region, yet, we have uneducated, poorest people in your region. We’ve been enslaved by the ruling of the north for so long already. Despite Having the highest number of head of states/President, the north still remain the poorest and uncivilized part of the country.
Make all of them get out Bunch of fools
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2023 Presidential Candidates Should Come From South East – SERGPan-Igbo socio-political pressure organisation, the South East Revival Group (SERG), has said that if Nigeria has to be great again, the 2023 presidential How prepared are the Igbos? Tell that to OfficialPDPNig As if they want a sensible Igbo leader to be the president, no they are looking for a zombie man from South East who will sit in Aso Rock obeying every order from Arewa Miyetti Allah leaders.
2023: Ohanaeze Vows To Give Nigeria Competent Presidential Candidates From South-East | Sahara ReportersOhanaeze leader, Prof George Obiozor, noted that it was only fair for power to rotate from North to South, and the South-East getting it for the first time in Nigeria’s history. Old beggers biafra is the only way. FreeMaziNnamdiKanuNow BiafraNationNow BiafraExit referedumnow You must drop off the agitation to disintegrate from Nigeria Like they have done in the SE.
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2023: Ohanaeze gives five conditions to Igbo presidential aspirants - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria they don't speak for d IGBOS.they speak for a few. In Igbo tradition,if u make unpopular choice d head,both the person and the organisation is already disolved in their mind and character. Tell ohaneze to call a sit at home in memory that will favour every one, nobody will obey. Ohaneze is a simple example of how IGBOS are governed.ambassador obiozor is not the pple,s choice, so he doesn't exist to them.the day he will want to excercise his fraudulent powers, that's the day Igbo,s will tell him we don't know you.thsts Igbo man for you. Good morning
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The politicians include former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, who had contested for presidency on three occasions, Sokoto State Governor, Aminu Tambuwal and an ex-governor of Kano State, Rabiu Kwankwaso. While neither of them had yet to officially declare their presidential bid, there are strong indications they are eyeing the exalted position. Kwankwaso, while featuring on Sunday Politics, a current affairs programme on Channels Television on Sunday, dismissed the power rotation between the North and the South. But the Southern and Middle Belt Forum, which comprises Yoruba socio-political group, Afenifere; the South-East socio-political group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo; and the Middle Belt Forum, urged all parties to zone their presidential ticket to the South ahead of the 2023 presidential election, adding that the South and the Middle Belt would not vote for a northern presidential candidate in 2023. The demand is contained in a communiqué issued at the end of a meeting of the leadership of the groups in Abuja on Thursday. The communiqué was signed by elder statesmen, Chief Edwin Clark, Chief Ayo Adebanjo (leader of Afenifere), Prof. George Obiozor (President-General, Ohanaeze Ndigbo) and Dr Pogu Bitrus (National President, Middle Belt Forum). Also at the event were the National Chairman of Pan Niger Delta Forum, Senator Emmanuel Essien, as well as former governors and ministers. The leaders resolved that the extant constitution and structure of Nigeria are grossly flawed and lopsided. They therefore demanded the fundamental restructuring of the country by enacting a new constitution that would enthrone equity, fairness and justice. The communiqué further read, “The northern part of the country would have fully enjoyed the office of the Presidency of the country for the full statutory period of eight years by 2023, hence, the Presidency should rotate to the South. “Therefore, we unequivocally, and in full resolve, call on all political parties in the country to zone their presidential tickets to the South and advise that any political party that does not zone its presidential ticket to the South should not expect support from the four regions.” The group noted that the basis of any viable democracy, especially in a diverse and complex country such as Nigeria, is fair and even sharing of power. The leaders condemned the continued senseless killings of innocent citizens across the country by terrorists and criminals, especially in the North-West and called on the government and security agencies to redouble efforts to safeguard the lives and property of Nigerians. Read Also