Ohanaeze Ndigbo has declared that permitting the country’s next president to come from the North in 2023 will speed up the actualisation of Biafra and Oduduwa nations. The organization said that Northern governors were proponents of Nigeria’s break-up, since 2023 Northern presidency would drive the declarations of Oduduwa and Biafra republics.
In a statement published by Mazi Okechukwu Isiguzoro Secretary-General Ohanaeze Ndigbo, on Tuesday, the socio-cultural organisation maintained that attempts to jettison the rotational presidency in 2023 and the North insisting on succeeding President Muhammaduw Buhari would be unfavorable. “Northern Governors’ mistake on 2023 and meandering on blind excitements of opposing the viewpoint of Southern Governors’ standpoints had set the Northern Governors as exponents of Nigeria’s break-up.
“If another Northerner succeeds President Buhari in 2023, he or she might face challenges from secessionists parties with full support up from ethnic groups as a result of a revolt against the injustice against South and excesses of the North.”
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