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2023: Why Igbos Can’t Be Trusted With Power – Northern Groups

The Coalition of Northern Groups, or CNG, has stated that the Igbos cannot be trusted with authority ahead of the 2023 presidential election.

Abdulazeez Suleiman, a spokesperson for CNG, claimed Igbos could not be trusted with authority because their elders presented a national threat following their recent warning that Nigeria would be disrupted if they failed to deliver the country’s next president.

Suleiman told media in Abuja yesterday that the same Igbo elders who called for the release of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, were still campaigning for the presidency in 2023.

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Suleiman said: “Similarly, groups of Igbo leaders and elders have engaged in desperate covert and overt efforts to secure the unconditional release of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the IPOB terror group standing trial for crimes against the state.


“As if these were not enough, the same group of Igbo elders again recklessly issued a national security threat on May 4, 2022, that any attempt to elude the zone of the Presidency in 2023 may rupture the existence of Nigeria as a corporate entity as well as aggravate crisis, conflicts, separatist demands, and others.

“This has deepened the fears that the Igbo cannot and should never be trusted with presidential power.”

The South-East has been campaigning for the presidency of the United States in 2023.

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Stakeholders from the South-East and other areas of the country have asserted that the region will deliver the country’s president in 2023.

Governor David Umahi of Ebonyi State recently warned that the South-East region would start skipping voting if it is denied the opportunity to elect President of Nigeria.



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