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Nigeria’s 61st Independence Anniversary Will Be Its Last If Another Northerner Succeeds Buhari—Ohanaeze Youths Warn

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The youth arm of the apex Igbo socio-cultural physique, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has warned the Northern Governors’ Discussion board (NGF) to desert its decision of retaining presidency within the North in 2023 or be ready for the disintegration of Nigeria.

Ohanaeze Youths said this in response to a decision made by the Northern governors that it’s unconstitutional for the Southern governors to demand energy in 2023.



The group additionally advised the Peoples Democratic Social gathering (PDP) to contemplate an Igbo individual as its candidate within the 2023 presidential election or face the wrath of the youths.

In line with Each day Put up, the group threatened that if PDP did not cede their presidential ticket to an Igbo candidate, none of their workplaces nor their flag shall be seen once more within the area.

It vowed that youths wouldn’t hesitate to have interaction in a battle with the get together ought to their demand be rebuffed.

The council said this by means of its Nationwide President, Comrade Igboayaka O. Igboayaka, on Thursday in an announcement.

No Southeasterner has been Nigeria’s President for the reason that present democratic dispensation that began in 1999. 

The group lambasted the Northern Governors’ Discussion board for just lately criticising their colleagues within the South for demanding {that a} southerner ought to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023.

The discharge learn partially, “With out mincing phrases that, the discussion board, Northern Governors was inexistent, describing them as few ‘Fulani political energy mongers’ who wish to drag the Center Belt into their phantasm for them to supply Nigerian president in 2023.

“It’s idiotic to incorporate Taraba, Benue, Nasarawa, Plateau, Bauchi, Jigawa, Kogi, Kaduna, Kwara, and so forth. which have had a fair proportion of Fulani herdsmen killing, banditry and kidnapping of their so-called imaginary 2023 presidential dream.

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