Yoruba deserves 2023 presidency, Igbo are not serious – Chief Amaechi

A First Republic Minister of Aviation, Chief Mbazurike Amaechi, has noted that Igbo people were indifferent over the prospects of producing the next President in 2023.

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Amaechi told Newsmen in Awka, Anambra State yesterday that power is not given on a platter of gold.

The elder statesman noted that the South West has shown stronger interest in the position.

According to him, “Power is not given on a platter of gold and the idea that Igbos will produce the next President of Nigeria in 2023 is not sacrosanct because there is no section in Nigerian construction that talked about rotation of power.

“The Yorubas are serious about this and they are working hard to get it and I expect our people in Igbo land to work hard and show seriousness.

“Our politicians in the South-East should wake up and show that we are interested but the Yoruba are more serious than us.

“If tomorrow the position goes to the South West we do not have anybody to blame because they deserve it going by the way they are fighting the agenda.”

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  1. The south east missed it all when they made the tactical error of wholly embracing PDP instead of APGA
    The South west got to the enviable position they are today due to their political astuteness
    The south west formed and nurtured an unbreakable solidarity over the years, which grew steadily and stronger and stronger till it turned into the formidable and productive political position they occupy today
    Right from AG to UPN, ACN AD and then the masterpiece coalition that produced the current government
    The south east just need to improve upon their political skills to have any chance of attaining their pride of place in Nigeria’s intriguing political arena

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