A cleric in Benue state , Reverend Ortindi Baka is advocating for a president of Tiv extraction in 2023 ,Baka said the Tiv people who are a majority tribe in central Nigeria which the country depends on.
In his piece ,he said the Tiv people of Benue state has made other tribes president and it's now time for pay back .
Reverend Baka who has already indicated interest to contest the election has the slogan "NIGERIA-BAKA , BAKA-NIGERIA ", though his political platform is not yet Known.
Read what Baka wrote on his timeline Below;
THE TAKURUKU AGITATION
Nigeria ia resting on the shoulders of Takuruku Republic (Middle-belt Nigeria), the moment the people remove their shoulders, there will be nothing call Nigeria. God forbid bad thing.
The contribution of the people of Middle-belt particularly the Tiv who had shed their blood and sweat to keep Nigeria as one indivisible sovereign nation more than other tribe.
Nigeria has been utilizing the human and natural resources of the Tiv even before the advent of oil boom. It was their agricultural produce that were used for foreign exchange, and the procceed used for stomach and phyisical infrastructures.
Tiv have also made other tribes Nigeria President.
However, Tiv have been taken for granted whenever benefit comes it is not commensorate with their struggles for Nigeria.
It is now payback time.
NIGERIA! - BAKA!!
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It will be recalled that ,few weeks back ,the chief Press secretary to the Governor of Benue state , Terver Akase ,cleared the air over strong rumors that Governor Samuel Ortom was contesting for the president of Nigeria.
With this strong agitation that a Tiv man should become the president of Nigeria ,will Governor Ortom rescind his decision and reconsider contesting?
Just last week,a Benue citizen ,Lord jirgba threatened to drag Governor Ortom to court if he fails to declare his intentions of contesting for Senate to represent the good people of Benue North-west at the Senate in 2023.
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