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Igbo can’t be president by wishful thinking, Nwoye warns

All Progressives Congress (APC) Caretaker Committee Chairman in Enugu State, Ben Nwoye, yesterday, cautioned that Ndigbo probably won’t accomplish their journey for the country’s administration in 2023 through living in fantasy land.

He encouraged Igbo legislators, who are keen on the situation to pronounce their position, yet work more enthusiastically via conveying South East government officials and different locales along, on the off chance that they should understand their goal.

Nwoye focused on that political force was not given on a platter, demanding that the interest by Ndigbo to create the following leader of the nation, would stay a delusion if people with such aspiration didn’t unveil their aims openly and start to coordinate with their words with activities.

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He disliked a circumstance where the individuals who have official desire in the South East zone were doing as such in their usual ranges of familiarity. Nwoye was responding to an online assessment of public sentiment, which supported a tribal leader of APC from Enugu State, Emperor Baywood Chris Ibeh, as the best official material.

The counterfeit political race was led by the Chief Chinedu Ogbuagu-drove APC’s South East Integrity Group, which had since delivering its decision, been requesting support for a leader of Igbo extraction in 2023 for reasonableness, equity and solidarity.

The consequence of the fake political decision in which 89 individuals from the gathering casted a ballot, saw Baywood Ibeh protecting 29 votes over other South East government officials with official aspiration.

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Others are Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba (18 votes), Minister of Science and Technology, Ogbonnaya Onu (14), ex-Governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi (10), previous Enugu State Governor, Sullivan Chime (seven) previous President of the Senate President, Ken Nnamani (three), Rochas Okorocha (three), Orji Ụzọr Kalu (two), Ebonyi State Governor, Dave Nweze Umahi (one) and Francis Nomeh (one).

The survey likewise uncovered that other Igbo government officials, like Chike Okafor, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, Sharon Ikeazor, Julius Ucha and Osita Izunaso, among others, gotten zero votes.

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Nwoye, who portrayed Ibeh as “competent and qualified to direct the boat of the country whenever offered the chance,” focused on that the South East individuals should show reality in their journey to manage the nation come 2023.

“No one will be in the solace of his room and have the administration conveyed to him. Individuals should take the action. Things don’t work that way. We can’t get the administration by simple living in fantasy land via web-based media, our kin should make valiant strides,” he focused.

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