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Ohanaeze react on Tinubu’s run for president in 2023.

Ohanaeze speaks on Tinubu’s move to succeed Buhari

The summit Igbo socio-political association, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has responded to reports asserting that National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Bola Tinubu will pursue the position of the President in 2023.

Ohanaeze’s Deputy Spokesperson, Chuks Ibegbu, in an elite meeting with GISTOK, said Tinubu ought not to keep running for administration based on decent quality.

Simply a week ago, previous Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode had lauded the APC National Leader for “trying” to be President in 2023.

Femi Fani-Kayode had tweeted: “I am not in Bola Tinubu’s gathering, but instead I recognize him for having the bravery to try to be President in 2023.

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“What number of southern legislators from either APC or PDP have had the guts to do that? On the off chance that nothing else he has tested the fantasy that the north possesses Nigeria.”

In any case, Ibegbu claimed that the vast majority in the South East are not happy with the previous Lagos State Governor; subsequently, he ought not to keep running for President.

As per Ibegbu: “Each Nigerian has the option to challenge for any position yet we are discussing ethical quality now, Tinubu has the right, I Chuks Ibegbu has the opportunity to be a leader of this nation however we are talking about profound quality, equity, reasonableness, and value.

“Tinubu has the privilege to turned out to be President yet by right, value, and decency he ought not to turn out, and he has no motivation to turned out ethically.

“In the South West, many are not happy with him, so he ought not to turn out.”