The 2023 presidential election is fast approaching, and political affairs have gained momentum by the day.
However, Nnamdi Kanu should keep mute and accept one Nigeria for the betterment of Igbos in the southeast part of Nigeria in 2023. He should advise them to take part in any election for their own good. There has been a rumor that Igbos want to boycott Anambra's gubernatorial election and the 2023 presidential election.
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Igbos have a great opportunity to produce Buhari's successor in 2023 if they drop their agitation, and amend their ways.
Since the rotation of power in Nigeria, ethnic groups like Yoruba, Hausa, and some minor tribes in Nigeria have produced a president from their side, but Igbos have been affected in recent years due to Nnamdi Kanu's movements in the southeast.
Nnamdi Kanu should know that this is the best time for Igbos to take the 2023 presidential slot, if only his followers will relax and accept one Nigeria for their own good.
Though he is still in detention, he can direct Igbos from there to support a southern candidate in the upcoming presidential election.
Igbos should know that agitating will only make things worse for them. The time when people or groups used noise and agitation to get what they wanted lies in the past.
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