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2 Things That May Deprive Igbos Of Producing Nigeria's President In 2023

The 2023 presidential election is fast approaching, and the country's major news outlets have been dominated with debates relating to the election. 

However, there are two things that may deprive Igbos of producing Nigeria's president in 2023 if they don't stop now.

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The following are the two things.

1: Their secessionist movement

The secessionist movement is one major thing that may affect them in the upcoming election. 

This act needs to be stopped if they really need to produce Buhari's successor.  

I still don't understand why a region that is interested in the presidency would still want secession at the same time.

2: The unconstitutional calls for a power shift. 

Igbos need to understand that the power shift is unconstitutional, and may not be accepted by other regions.

Due to their frequent calls for power shift, PANDEF has called on Northern politicians to wait till 2031 before contesting for the Presidency.

It is also unconstitutional to ask the Northern region not to participate in the presidential election. 

All these acts are illegal because they are not in Nigeria's constitution. These acts need to stop now because they may affect them in 2023.

What do you think about this? Drop your thoughts in the comments section. 

Note: This is my personal perspective. Anyone with a different viewpoint should use the comments section.

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