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Three Igbo Politicians That The Northern Youths Have Endorsed For The 2023 Presidency.

As the election of 2023 approaches, debates about the region and tribe that will produce the next president continue to dominate the news.

Many people believe that the southern region, particularly the Igbos of the South East, should produce the next president in order to achieve equity among Nigerians, as the south-south and south-west zones have already had their turn at the presidency.

However, Northern youths have embraced and endorsed these three Igbo politicians to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari, who will finish his eight-year term in 2023.

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1. ROCHAS OKOROCHA: This former Governor of Imo State, is widely regarded as one of Nigeria's most powerful politicians, with the ability to rule the country in 2023.

(CONEP), the North Central Development Cycle (NCDC), Northern Youths in Politics (NYP), and Public Awareness on Societal Change (PASCHI) have all declared Okorocha to be the most qualified candidate for president.

Okorocha is described by these groups as a person who respects the culture and religion of every Nigerian citizen and cares alot about how nigeria will regain its superiority.

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2. DAVID UMAHI: Many people in the north regard David Umahi as a man who possesses the characteristics of a Nigerian ruler. Many northern youths pleaded with Umahi to become president when he visited Jigawa earlier this year.

Some people are carrying his placards, while others are chanting his name, urging him to run for president because he is very capable of leading Nigeria.

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3. ORJI UZOR KALU: Many northern youths believe he should run for president in 2023 because they will back him strongly.

According to the northern youths, Kalu has all of the skills that a president should hold, including honesty, respect, honor, and a good leadership style that can boost our economy.

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