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Igbo Presidency Will End Agitations in South East - Ohanaeze

The emergence of an Igbo president in 2023 will be the end of agitations and secessionist movements like IPOB in the South East.

General Secretary of the Ohaneze Ndigbo, Lagos State, Chief Everest Ozonweke stated this in an interview on Morning Crossfire on Wednesday.

According to Chief Ozonweke, having an Igbo presidency “is going to calm down nerves,” and restore peace in Nigeria.

“when we have a pointer that we are having it, all these agitations will start coming down”

In the same vein, political commentator, Patrick Mba, agreeing with Chief Ozonweke said the Igbos need the presidency to help pacify the youths who feel they no longer have a stake in Nigeria.

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