- It looks like the bid for an Igbo candidate to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari may be underway
- Nigeria’s two Leading political parties, the APC and PDP, have been rumored to have dashed such hopes, as speculation of a Northern candidacy is on the cards
- Meanwhile the Ohanaeze group on its way to embarking on a regional tour to campaign for the presidency to be based in the Southeast
To ensure that With the presidency being settled in the Southeast, the renowned socio-cultural organization Ohanaeze Ndigbo has begun a conspiracy to seek the favor of leading traditional rulers across the country to support the motion.
Udodeme expressed concern on the latest speculation and reports that the APC and PDP are about to field candidates from the north.
Ohanaeze praises APGA presidential hopefuls
Meanwhile Udodeme commended presidential candidate Umeadi for his courage and daring in volunteering for the nation’s service.
He also commended Umeadi for his good work during his tenure as Chief Justice of Anambra State.
Presidential hopeful Umeadi spoke to him Ohanaeze members assured the group that as President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor, his goal is to take the country to untold growth and development g.
He also promised to ensure reconciliation between all regions of the country in relation to the incessant instances of murders, kidnappings and other social vices.
“We know that insecurity, among other consequences, has driven our people off the farms, creating artificial shortages of food and employment. We live with the dilemma of funding camps for internally displaced persons (IDP) and even making long-term plans if the country is neither at war nor hit by a major natural disaster.”
2023: Ohanaeze Ndigbo demands other regions to support Igbo extraction president
In a similar report, Ohanaeze Ndigbo reiterated that the next president of Nigeria should come from the south-eastern region.
The pan-Igbo socio-cultural group appealed to other regions to support the zone on Monday, February 14.
Group President Prof. George Obiozor said they have been campaigning for their leadership rights since 1960.
2023: Ohanaeze again warns PDP, APC to move presidential ticket south-east
< p class="align-left">Meanwhile, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide insisted that sic h must shift power to the Southeast in the 2023 presidential election.
The group’s president general warned Thursday, January 27, that any attempt to reverse political rotation between North and South giving up would plunge Nigeria into a political crisis.
He called on the All Progressive Congress (APC), the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and other political parties to stop political rotation to respect.