The former governor of Abia state, Orji Uzor Kalu has been urged to partake in the presidential race of the 2023 election as conversations over who succeeds President Muhammadu Buhari intensifies towards the peak.
Vanguard reports that the request was humbly demonstrated in a peaceful procession held by the Indigenes of Alor community in Idemili South local government area of Anambra state.
The peaceful protesters, who held various placards bearing different inscriptions, staged a solidarity walk to the palace of the traditional ruler of Alor, Igwe MacAnthony Elibe Okonkwo, urging Nigerians to support southeast for the 2023 presidency project..
The jubilant indigenes revealed that Kalu who is a has previous had a seat in the Senate arm of governance has done considerably well for the southeast, hence deserving of the country’s most respected seat when Buhari’s tenure is over.
Freshreporters news gathered that the procession took place at the time Mr. Kalu visited Alor, the hometown of minister for labour and employment Chris Ngige for the funeral ceremony of late Chief Mrs Priscilla Mary Ejiakardo Amolue.