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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

"Denying Igbo Presidency In 2023 Is A Tacit Admittance That The Civil War Has Not Ended" - Obiano's Aide, Emeka Egwuonwu Says

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Emeka Egwuonwu


Emeka Egwuonwu, the Senior Special Adviser to the Anambra State Governor on Community Liaison has stated that  if Igbos are denied the presidency in 2023 it will be an admittance that the ''civil war has not ended.''

According to Egwuonu,, it would be total injustice for anybody to deny the zone the number one seat in the country in 2023.

"Without mincing words, Nigeria has not been in any way fair to Ndi Igbo with regard to leading the country from Aso rock. Igbo Presidency is overdue and that is the only way to reintegrate Ndi Igbo into the mainstream of governance of this country. Besides, it will really mark an end to the civil war that was fought and the no-victor-and-no vanquished pronouncement. " he told Sunnewsonline.

"Furthermore, the South East has supported other zones to produce the President. So what is good for the goose is good for the gander. Therefore, denying Igbo Presidency is a tacit admittance that the civil war has not ended."

"Since we have entrusted the same power to other zones and they never disintegrated Nigeria, I will want other zones to equally entrust the leadership of this country to an Igbo man. I make bold to say that only Igbo man sees himself and every sector of this country as his primary constituency."

"Only an Igbo man will find himself in Borno or Katsina State and builds a befitting edifice to show that he wants comfort even at remote areas of any state. Igbo have exhibited this sense that we are one and are not losing sleep over our investments across the country. "

"We have forgotten whatever we have suffered during the civil war and therefore call on other zones in this country to give us the opportunity to prove once again that we mean well for the generality of this country."

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