Which Of These Men Will Have The Full Support Of Igbos Come 2023 If They Decide To Contest?
By Queenbeefashion1 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 4064 views
We all know that 2023 is by the corner and that is when the presidential election will take place God's willing and I know that most Igbos will like to contest for that position reason been that Igbos have not ruled for long since Nnamdi Azikiwe was the first and the only Igbo man to become a president.
Below are some of the politicians that might have interest to contest for the position come 2023.
1. Peter Obi the former Governor of Anambra state.
5. Engr. Dave Umahi, he is the current current Governor of Ebonyi State.
And mind you, non of them have actually declared their intention yet. But before the Igbos will get to the position of the presidency, they need to work hard and support each other. On seeing their names, which do you think will have the full support of the Igbos come 2023 election?
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