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Presidency: Why We Need Igbo To Rule Nigeria In 2023 Election, by Deji Adeyanju

The Popular activist Deji Adeyanju, has endorse the Ndi Igbo over the coming 2023 presidential election.

The activist on Friday took to his twitter handle to tell Nigerians to allow Igbo to produce the next Nigerian president in 2023.

The Tweep revealed that power was not created for Yorubas alone.

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The popular activist tweeted : “Nigeria will not survive what some tribalistic Yoruba people are planning for 2023. Igbo presidency must be on the table now. A Yoruba person can’t be president in 2023 because power will return to the North after another 8yrs. Igbos are Nigerians too.

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“All the competent people are not in the South West. Power was not created for only Yoruba people. #Equity #Fairness #Justice”

It was earlier noted that Ahmed Bola Tinubu declared interest to run for 2023 presidency under the APC flag.

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The Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo may also run for the 2023 Presidency.

However, some Ndi Igbo political stakeholders have been hoping for the 2023 presidential election.



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6 COMMENTS

  1. Hummmmm they have start politics for us
    You should know Nigerians are not dull
    Everyone as wake up now, enough of you
    Playing with our future and destiny of our children and unborn child’s, is God himself
    That’s want to choose for us this time
    In this coming election

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