The former Minister of aviation, chief Fani-Kayode who was in Anambra State last weekend during a visit to Governor Willie Obiano . Spoke with reporters in Onitsha. He said,
The only way to compensate Igbo over what happened during the civil war is to support them for 2023 presidency.
The former minister urged the South East to liaise with other regions to make it a reality.

Conceding the presidency to Ndigbo would give them a sense of belonging in the nation, while serving as compensation for their loss during the civil war.

“Igbo man has never led the country and it is a sad thing for some of us that no Igbo man has ever ruled the country. It is one of the things that should be done to ensure stability.

“It is realisable and it is incumbent on the people of the South East to ensure they win the support of people of other regions. He concluded

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  1. Giving them a chance not bad…
    Can they deliver Nigeria although for years now, no government has been able to deliver o

  2. Giving them the opportunity is not bad but is at risk.. But when he’s giving the position he will never think as we he’ll only think me.. Thinking all about him self he will never remember those who help him to get to that position.. Which is truly unfair.

    • It is realisable and it is incumbent on the people of the South East to ensure they win the support of people of other regions.

      “A lot of work needs to be done. It is due (Igbo Presidency) and will go a long way to stop agitations and make the Igbo feel they are part and parcel of Nigeria.

      “We can ameliorate the pains of the past and make up for it. No part of Nigeria has ever lost over three million people in a crisis, so it can serve as compensation.

      “If it is going to be achieved, we must ensure we win support in all parts of the country,” he said.

      He urged Obiano to ensure the right person succeeds him to ensure his legacies were maintained.

  3. Fuck them! Who started the war ? They’re so dumb to think that they can steal the oil for themselves only, leaving Yorubas, Hausas and other minorities in soup! Useless people, they are the once that started the first coup d’état in 1966. The 1966 Nigerian coup d’état began on 15 January 1966, when mutinous Nigerian soldiers led by Chukwuma Kaduna Nzeogwu and Emmanuel Ifeajuna killed 22 people including the Prime Minister of Nigeria, many senior politicians, many senior Army officers (including their wives), and sentinels on protective duty. They killed innocent people in thirst for power! I pray they rotten in hell!

  4. Giving them our vote is not the issue but can they fulfill the promises they always make to us we can not keep repeating the same mistake every time

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