Following the insecurities in the South East region, the South East governors established a security outfit known as Ebube Agu. The security outfit is aimed (alongside other national security agencies) to bring peace, and enforce law and order in the region.
However, in a meeting held at Niger state, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo have called for a reconsideration regarding the office of the president in 2023. As they clamour that the next president in 2023 should be from the Igbo extract.
The meeting which comprises of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo in the 19 northern states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), have called for a chance for an Igbo man to be the president of Nigeria come 2023. As they believe that making an Igbo man president will give the south East people the sense of belonging. As it will help to unite the people of Nigeria together.
The group went ahead to state that an Igbo President in 2023 may bring an end to the agitation for Biafra. As the South East people may reconsider their stance for a secession with their brother in power.
What do you think about this? Will Igbo producing the next President in 2023 bring an end to the agitation for Biafra? Let's hear your opinion. Comment below.
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