NOT TINUBU, ATIKU & OBI Ohanaeze Group Makes Shocking Declaration; Reveals Who Could Have Become The Next PresidentNOT TINUBU, ATIKU & OBI Ohanaeze Group Makes Shocking Declaration; Reveals Who Could Have Become The Next President
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NOT TINUBU, ATIKU & OBI Ohanaeze Group Makes Shocking Declaration; Reveals Who Could Have Become The Next President

Screenshot 2022 08 05 at 19 43 37 Scooper News NOT TINUBU ATIKU OBI Ohanaeze Group Makes Shocking Declaration Reveals Who Could Have Become The Next President

NOT TINUBU, ATIKU & OBI Ohanaeze Group Makes Shocking Declaration; Reveals Who Could Have Become The Next President

The leadership of an Igbo socio- political group has given their full support behind the All Progressives Congress’ s presidential and vice- presidential candidates for 2023.

The group also stated that its members would have given their full support for Borno State Governor, Babagana Zulum.

According to the group, Zulum has demonstrated tremendous support for non- indigenous people in Borno, and they intend to make his second term ambition a reality.

On Tuesday, August 2, the Ohanaeze APC Support Group, in partnership with Solidarity of Youth for Peace and Development, launched voter mobilisation for Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno state, the ruling party’ s presidential candidate in 2023.

According its leadership, the organisation proclaimed its members’ support for the All Progressives Congress’ s vice presidential candidate during the flag- off ceremony (APC).

They also promise to run on the Bola Tinubu/Kashim Shettima ticket in the upcoming presidential election in 2023.

Ugochukwu Egwudike, the coordinator of the APC support group, stated at the Elkanemi Warriors Sports Centre in Maiduguri, Borno state, that their decision to support Governor Zulum’ s second term quest is due to his detribalised stance in the supply of democratic dividends.

Defending Governor Zulum’ s activities in Borno, Egwudike stated that Governor Zulum has continued to provide free transportation for non- Borno indigenes during the Christmas and New Year festivities.

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