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There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by missuzoma: 9:34am On Dec 30, 2020
There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih

By Raymond Ozoji, Awka

Ex-Aviation Minister of the first and second republic, Chief Mbazuluike Amaechi, former Women Affairs Minister Iyom Josephine Anenih and a host of other Nigerians at home and in the diaspora have unanimously endorsed the global movement for Igbo presidency in 2023.

They concurred at the world press conference held at Chief Mbazuluike’s country home Ukpor, Nnewi-South local government area of Anambra state, that the need for a Nigerian president of southeast extraction was long overdue and equity demanded that it was the turn of the southeast geo-political zone to produce the next president.

The Ex-Aviation Minister and elder statesman who gave his full backing to the quest for an Igbo president in 2023, said Ndigbo must form a united front devoid of sabotage, if they must actualise the Igbo presidency project. He said it was a noble cause as well as achievable but there must be unity of purpose amongst Ndigbo.

During her speech, the former Women Affairs Minister, Iyom Josephine Anenih, observed that Ndigbo seemed to have brought up the rear in the political history of the country. She said Ndigbo were more patriotic and believed very strongly in one Nigeria because of their industry and proficiency for economic development wherever they were across the country.

Anenih also observed that the southeast region had been disenfranchised from the presidency for too long and that it would only be in tandem with equity, natural justice and good conscience, if a Nigerian president of southeast extraction emerged in 2023.

She explained that she was part of the global movement for Igbo president because of the intentions of some non-Igbo Nigerians whom she said were intrepid enough to boldly speak up that the southeast geo-political zone must believe that they were part and parcel of the Nigerian federation.

The ex-Women Affairs Minister maintained that only the Igbo man truly believed in Nigeria and that in spite of provocations, he still believes in one Nigeria. She said Ndigbo wanted a Nigerian president of southeast extraction and that they were consulting widely to ensure that an Igbo man becomes the next Nigerian president; that anything to the contrary, there may be no Nigeria in 2023.

The social crusader and convener of the Global Movement for Igbo Presidency, comrade Eddy Iyere, said there was no going back in the demand for an Igbo president in 2023. He said the die is cast and every lawful means would be deployed to champion the cause for Igbo presidency, where every Nigerian child would be given hope for a better and brighter future.

Other speakers who contributed to the discussion on the Igbo presidency project, established that other geo-political zones of the country have had their fair share of the presidency and that it is unarguably the turn of the southeast region to ascend the presidency to change the narratives.

A governorship hopeful, Mr. Valentine Ozigbo, who was part of the solidarity world press conference, said equity demanded that an Igbo man of the southeast region should be the next Nigerian president.

Ozigbo also advised that unity of purpose was non-negotiable for such laudable project to succeed but emphasized that what was most paramount was that Ndigbo should eschew all forms of sabotage and impediments that might cause a clog in the wheels of the Igbo presidency project in 2023.

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by Authority1o1(m): 9:35am On Dec 30, 2020
Okay...





Frankly, I personally feel embarrassed reading posts of well-learned people of above-average mental pedestal demanding presidency, as though it is some sort of birth right or a cultural entitlement.

Whatever happened to merit.

But again, merit only works in a system devoid of corruption, tribal sentiments and distorted reasoning.A system which understands the nitty gritty of merit—the unlimitedness of competence.


The Igbos demand presidency because of the unfavourable political system and age-long disenfranchisement and alienation...and equity demands they get it.

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by oyatz(m): 9:38am On Dec 30, 2020
Okay
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by LogoDesigner01: 9:38am On Dec 30, 2020
Hnnm
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by olisaEze(m): 9:40am On Dec 30, 2020
Asides a Peter Obi, any Igbo man that presides over Aso Rock after 2023 will end up embarrassing the SE and the country anew.

Meanwhile the only Anenih we know is late!
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by Arrewa: 9:42am On Dec 30, 2020
OK...
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by AmbaliJ: 9:43am On Dec 30, 2020
This open threat should be good news to Biafra agitators, because it would be in their overall interest (the realization of Biafra). As a matter of fact, it is in the interest of Ndigbo worldwide and Biafrans that an igbo must not emerge as president in 2023, so that Biafra can finally come.

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by zangaozanga(m): 9:45am On Dec 30, 2020
An Igbo man or woman will NEVER be president of Nigeria, Biafra is coming soon make everybody answer him papa name




Biafra 2023
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by AmbaliJ: 9:46am On Dec 30, 2020
olisaEze:
Asides a Peter Obi, any Igbo man that presides over Aso Rock after 2023 will end up embarrassing the SE and the country anew.

Meanwhile the only Anenih we know is late!

Seems Obi is the preferred choice of Ndigbo for the Presidency, but unfortunately he doesn't have across the board appeal to the power brokers of Nigeria, and he is unpopular outside igboland. OUK has way more political currency that Peter Obi, outside igboland. undecided
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by longetivity(m): 9:49am On Dec 30, 2020
These people still thinking presidency is demamded
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by Sirjamo: 9:51am On Dec 30, 2020
PDP is the only party that owes the Igbo its presidential ticket, anyone waiting for APC to give SE its ticket must be a slowpoke.

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by olisaEze(m): 9:52am On Dec 30, 2020
AmbaliJ:


Seems Obi is the preferred choice of Ndigbo for the Presidency, but unfortunately he doesn't have across the board appeal to the power brokers of Nigeria, and he is unpopular outside igboland. OUK has way more political currency that Peter Obi, outside igboland. undecided

Yeah ure right on his popularity ratings especially in the North. But political currency however cannot purchase good governance in the end.
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by tomiadepojs: 9:53am On Dec 30, 2020
Igbophobia
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by Yoruba1stson: 9:59am On Dec 30, 2020
We don't care if there is nigeria or not, all we know is that omoyeebo wil not smell the seat of president talkless of becoming one but they can be president of biafr@ud land when they get it

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by Fahdiga1: 10:02am On Dec 30, 2020
2023 is the turn of the Igbos to produce the president or everyone goes their separate ways

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by loopman: 10:05am On Dec 30, 2020
Fahdiga1:
2023 is the turn of the Igbos to produce the president or everyone goes their separate ways

What will happen if an Ibo man is not elected President in 2023? Ipob will turn to full blown terrorist group? Or Igbos will declare another civil war?

What exactly can Ibos use as leverage to hold Nigeria by the balls? NOTHING grin cheesy

Awon eleribu

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by Fahdiga1: 10:08am On Dec 30, 2020
loopman:


What will happen if an Ibo man is not elected President in 2023? Ipob will turn to full blown terrorist group? Or Igbos will declare another civil war?

What exactly can Ibos use as leverage to hold Nigeria by the balls? NOTHING grin cheesy

Awon eleribu
Until then your eyes will clear

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by extol1(m): 10:19am On Dec 30, 2020
AmbaliJ:


Seems Obi is the preferred choice of Ndigbo for the Presidency, but unfortunately he doesn't have across the board appeal to the power brokers of Nigeria, and he is unpopular outside igboland. OUK has way more political currency that Peter Obi, outside igboland. undecided
that OUK of a criminal, I would rather have buhari for third tenure than having him. my prefer candidates is the combination of Peter Obi and Yemi Osibanjo
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by loopman: 10:22am On Dec 30, 2020
Fahdiga1:
Until then your eyes will clear

Lmaoo!! The next President coming will not be as weak as President Buhari, if you do anyhow to undermine the country, you will collect grin
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by candidtalk: 10:41am On Dec 30, 2020
Fahdiga1:
Until then your eyes will clear

Lol. You shamelessly greedy, unprincipled and materialistic people who cannot stay away from the SW and North are always making noise.

That's why Nigerian leaders have never and will never take Igbos seriously. Always shouting Biafra from Lagos, Osun, Kaduna, Kano, Accra, Lesotho, joburg, Nairobi, Lesotho, Dublin, Nebraska, Arkansas etc.

All that impotent drivel instead of just relocating to SE Nigeria and proving your point from there. As you shout Biafra thousands of your people are boarding buses leaving the SE heading for Lagos and the SW with no return Ticket.

Who will ever take you Clowns seriously when your fakeness and lack of sincerity/seriousness is so glaring to the entire world .

I dey laff.

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by candidtalk: 10:44am On Dec 30, 2020
loopman:


Lmaoo!! The next President coming will not be as weak as President Buhari, if you do anyhow to undermine the country, you will collect grin

This is when I would even prefer Fashola to Osinbajo or the Igbo-friendly Tinubu. Fash no send them. He will deal with them far more sternly than Buhari is doing.

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by loopman: 10:52am On Dec 30, 2020
candidtalk:


This is when I would even prefer Fashola to Osinbajo or the Igbo-friendly Tinubu. Fash no send them. He will deal with them far more sternly than Buhari is doing.

That is my disposition too. He will not be as tolerant to their nuisance as Tinubu will be.

Tinubu is just damn too friendly and amenable to these people that hate him passionately

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by candidtalk: 11:02am On Dec 30, 2020
loopman:


That is my disposition too. He will not be as tolerant to their nuisance as Tinubu will be.

Tinubu is just damn too friendly and amenable to these people that hate him passionately

Brother, it is a generational thing. Osinbajo and Tinubu are closer to our father's generation. Those lot believe Nigeria must keep indulging, assimilating and accommodating Igbos and their excesses/blackmail.

Fashola is of the generation who feel Nigeria does not owe Igbo jacksh1t. They either behave and stop acting like babies or be made to behave.

All this blackmail against Buhari will not bother Fash in the slightest as he will crack down on them. Remember Fash closed Ladipo because of Igbo's environmental nuisance and even deported some Igbos.

Under Fashola or any modern generation Yoruba administrator, if Igbos do anyhow, in the states and region of others, they will see anyhow.

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by TheRareGem1(f): 11:07am On Dec 30, 2020
Abeg what concerns Igbo with who rule Nigeria come 2023. They should face their online nation and stop putting mouth in out affairs. They should keep following their IPOB leaders.
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by Karlovich: 11:10am On Dec 30, 2020
Muoghalu 2023, the Iragbiji drug addict will kick his own wounds come 2023.
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by candidtalk: 11:23am On Dec 30, 2020
Karlovich:
Muoghalu 2023, the Iragbiji drug addict will kick his own wounds come 2023.

Lol. See why the world laughs at delusional and deluded IPOBians. Moghalu finished a woeful 14th in 2019 Presidential race with 21k votes.

Yet they are still yapping about him. Igbos are such losers. Absolute political olodos. The worst possible. They should just face their 2 by 2 and Ladipo hustle. Lol.

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by Fahdiga1: 11:23am On Dec 30, 2020
candidtalk:


Lol. You shamelessly greedy, unprincipled and materialistic people who cannot stay away from the SW and North are always making noise.

That's why Nigerian leaders have never and will never take Igbos seriously. Always shouting Biafra from Lagos, Osun, Kaduna, Kano, Accra, Lesotho, joburg, Nairobi, Lesotho, Dublin, Nebraska, Arkansas etc.

All that impotent drivel instead of just relocating to SE Nigeria and proving your point from there. As you shout Biafra thousands of your people are boarding buses leaving the SE heading for Lagos and the SW with no return Ticket.

Who will ever take you Clowns seriously when your fakeness and lack of sincerity/seriousness is so glaring to the entire world .

I dey laff.
You huffed, puffed but at the end you said nothing

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by Karlovich: 11:26am On Dec 30, 2020
candidtalk:


Lol. See why the world laughs at delusional and deluded IPOBians. Muoghalu finished a woeful 14th in 2019 Presidential race with 21k votes.

Yet they are still yapping about him. Igbos are such losers. Absolute political olodos. The worst possible. Lol.
what happened to Abiola the political genius?

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by candidtalk: 11:46am On Dec 30, 2020
Karlovich:
what happened to Abiola the political genius?

He won a presidential election against a Northerner and was denied his mandate by a throwback in khaki.

Abiola was indeed a genius while you are a grade A dullard to not understand that what happened was testimony to the political brilliance of Yorubas military might had to be deployed to truncate. Mumu.
Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by Muna4real(f): 11:47am On Dec 30, 2020
candidtalk:


Brother, it is a generational thing. Osinbajo and Tinubu are closer to our father's generation. Those lot believe Nigeria must keep indulging, assimilating and accommodating Igbos and their excesses/blackmail.

Fashola is of the generation who feel Nigeria does not owe Igbo jacksh1t. They either behave and stop acting like babies or be made to behave.

All this blackmail against Buhari will not bother Fash in the slightest as he will crack down on them. Remember Fash closed Ladipo because of Igbo's environmental nuisance and even deported some Igbos.

Under Fashola or any modern generation Yoruba administrator, if Igbos do anyhow, in the states and region of others, they will see anyhow.

What are load of rubbish you typed up there!

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Re: There May Be No Nigeria In 2023 Without An Igbo Man As President — Anenih by etrouble: 11:54am On Dec 30, 2020
Another ranting idiot

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