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2023: Ohaneze Makes Claim for Igbo Presidency

2023: Ohaneze Makes Claim for Igbo Presidency

The Vice President-General of Ọhaneze Ndịgbo worldwide, Chief Damian Okeke Ogene has urged political gladiators to support the present drive to produce a president of Igbo extraction in the February 18, 2023 Presidential election.

Speaking to Journalists in Awka, on Saturday, Chief Okeke-Ogene said this would provide a permanent solution to most challenges confronting the country.

He noted that while it is within the constitutional right of individuals to seek any political position they are qualified for, Nigerians have the moral obligation to support Ndịgbo to produce the next president of the country in the spirit of fairness, equity and good conscience.

He also said that an Igbo president will use his enterprising disposition and sense of industry to accelerate the development of the country without relying on oil revenue,  as well as ensure political stability  and end to agitations and youth restiveness.

Okeke Ogene explained that when every part of the country is given a sense of belonging, complaints of marginalization will become a thing of the past and the country will work towards actualizing true federalism that will encourage competition and higher productivity among the federating units.


He challenged Ndịgbo to produce credible candidates that will have national acceptance and have the ability to effectively compete with others and assured that Ọhaneze Ndịgbo will give them the necessary backing to succeed.

Written by Ovat Abeng

Ovat Abeng is a renowned Journalist and a Reporter/Correspondent with THE PARADISE (TheParadise.Ng).

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