The country’ s top sociocultural group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, stated that it has not shifted ground on its position on the demand that the next president comes from the South East geographical region.
On the contrary, the Muslim League for Accountability (MULAC) gave advice to Nigerians to vote for leaders based on their competence and aptitude rather than on instinctive feelings. See details of this and more below!
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Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the apex Igbo socio- cultural organization, declared that it has not changed its position on the requirement that the country’ s next president come from the South East geographical zone.
According to the Sun, the organization claimed that its stance on the topic remained sacred and should be respected by Nigerians.
During a press conference in Abakaliki, Peter Mbam, the chairman of Ohaneze in Ebonyi State, asked other geopolitical zones to support the South East in 2023, claiming that it was the region’ s turn to lead.
According to Mbam, who asserted that Ohanaeze was utterly disappointed, the major political parties, including the People’ s Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Congress (APC), dribbled the South East during their presidential primaries.