Information reaching our news desk now has it that Arewa Youth Consultative Forum (AYCF), has made their stand known on the quest for Igbo Presidency from the leaders of the region, the National President of the group, Yerima Shettima told leaders of the zone that, they should tackle the insecurity and agitations in the region first before talking about producing President of Igbo extraction come 2023.
Shettima made the statement in response to the remarks by Igbo highest socio-cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo who said that they would reach out to other zones of the country for their support with a view to producing Nigerian President of Igbo origin come 2023 general election.
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He further said that it will be difficult to entrust the highest position of the land in the hand of someone from South Eastern geopolitical zone, due to agitations of Nigerian break-up from many individuals from that zone, adding that they should first bury the agitation for break-up, before going for Nigerian President.
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