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Igbos: Audu Maikori, Others Speak On #IgboPresidency2023

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Since the early hours of today, Sunday, October 13, The hashtag #IgboPresidency2023 has been a trending topic on social media with Nigerians sharing their views on the 2023 presidential elections and why its the turn of the Igbo tribe to produce the next president.

According to music executive and lawyer, Audu Maikori, ‘I believe that the Igbos deserve a shot at the Presidency it’s their turn.But more importantly I believe we can’t keep voting people based on rotation ,ethnicityand religion. Nigeria needs brilliant, passionate and selfless leaders across board’.

See more reactions below…..

AuduMaikori @Audu wrote: “I believe that the Igbos deserve a shot at the Presidency it’s their turn.But more importantly I believe we can’t keep voting people based on rotation ,ethnicityand religion. Nigeria needs brilliant, passionate and selfless leaders across board. #IgboPresidency2023”.

@khyxxo wrote “Good morning ERUDITES … Backing #IgboPresidency2023 is not the problem here.. As u have confessed.. Hope y’all are ready to vote! That’s where the problem is.. We re good at tweeting and re tweeting here… While those that can’t tweet are the once deciding for us and voting”

@DrJoeAbah wrote: ” I am minded to support #IgboPresidency2023 in ALL political parties. It is not because I am Igbo but because I am Nigerian. It is about fairness and inclusion. Can you give me any reason why I shouldn’t? Let’s have a debate.”

@ayemojubar wrote: “Northerners are the least contributions with the fattest allocations. Enough is Enough. #IgboPresidency2023”

Obinna Nwosu @obi_Nwosu wrote: “In 1993, Anambra voted for Abiola SW, Abia vote for Tofa NWIn 1999 SE gave Obasanjo SW full supportIn 2007 SE gave Yaradua NW full supportIn 2011 SE gave GEJ SS full supportIn 2019 SE gave Atiku SE full supportIn 2023, let us give SE full support #IgboPresidency2023 🇳🇬”

@BrynxyFarms wrote: “1st Republic – Igbo2nd Republic – Fulani3rd Republic – Yoruba4th Republic – 1999 – 2007 – Yoruba2007 – 2009 – Fulani2009 – 2015 – Ijaw2015 – 2023 – FulaniWhen will Hausa rule?
Largest ethnic group Hausa have never ruled yet no noise #IgboPresidency2023 #HausaPresidency

@von_Bismack wrote: D Igbo race has one of d most lettered,enlightened and sophisticated persons in the world. .It’s an undeniable fact that our people,though constrained by socio-political indices prevalent in Nigeria yet they thrive.I support #IgboPresidency2023 Agenda”

@Architect_Mind wrote: “On this twitter ground 2019 election you Igbos insults us Northerners you throw every kind of insults to us… and our only crime is we vote our own…. now you want our votes the cows votes… illetrates votes… you must be joking #IgboPresidency2023”

@Mayorspeaks wrote: “As a Yoruba Man, I believe an Igbo man in presidency will champion a rebirth, rejuvenation and bright new day for Nigeria in all the institution in Nigeria.. #IgboPresidency2023”

@Horiawlar wrote; “All the presidents we’ve been having haven’t brought any development to Nigeria. An igbo president under this APC and PDP wouldnt bring any development. Instead let’s clamour for better leadership instead of promoting tribalism in the disguise of inclusion #IgboPresidency2023”

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