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"I Can Beat My Chest To Tell You Igbo Presidency Will Go A Long Way"-Imo CAN Chairman

The chairman of the Christian Association Of Nigeria in Imo state has unveiled the solution to the Nigeria political crisis. Reverend Divine Eches made it known recently that the Igbo government will be the best in Nigeria. He was so serious when he said a candidate from the Igbo tribe will emerge as the winner of the presidential election which will take place in 2023.

 The statement from the cleric concerning the 2023 presidential election was made in Owerri state. In his statement, he made it known that denying the Igbos the opportunity to produce the next president would be unjust and absolutely injustice, due to the dictator-like ruling of the current tribe. See what he said:

 "We are laying a serious foundation for people to understand that the Igbo Presidency is not a zoning issue. Every agitation should surrender at the feet of the Southeast presidency as a doctrine of necessity. Southeast leadership of Christian Association Of Nigeria, as well as other religious groups are seriously consulting. There should be a fair share of power where all the ethnic group will benefit". 

 There is actually much sense in the above statement as the current government is being partial among the states. It isn't a thing of joy that some states are being treated like towns, and some towns like village. The Igbo government might not be tight as this due to their oneness in dealing with other tribes. 

 In Divine Eches' last statement concerning the solution to Nigeria's political problem, he said:

 "I can beat my chest to tell you that the Igbo Presidency will go a long way in solving the country's political problem". 

 Is this true? What's your opinion on this? Will the Igbos truly rule us well? kindly air your view under the comment box, and don't forget to follow me up! 

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