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2023: Presidency Should Return To Northern Nigeria If Igbos Don’t Get It – Femi Fani-Kayode

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A former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has warned that Igbos should be given a chance to produce the next president in 2023.

Femi Fani-KayodeHe however noted that the Presidency should return to the northern part of Nigeria, if the chance to produce the president is rejected by Southeast.

He noted that any discussion of a southern Presidency that does not give the Igbos the first right of refusal is deceitful.

In a series of tweets, Fani-Kayode said the North Central and Northeast have never produced a Nigerian President.

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Fani-Kayode wrote: “Any talk of a Southern Presidency that does not offer the Igbo right of first refusal for the position is deceitful. And if you say no to the Igbos, which clearly both parties have done even if they don’t say it publicly, then I say let the Presidency go back to the North!

Femi Fani-Kayode FFK and Yahaya Bello“That is why I am supporting a Northern aspirant. Southerners must learn to be fair to one another before they can expect to be treated fairly by others.

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“There are two zones in the North that have not produced a democratically-elected President.

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“The NC has NEVER done so & the NE produced a Prime Minister 62 years ago who was unable to finish his tenure because he was killed. Is it fair to deny them & the Igbo, who have never produced a democratically-elected President either, the right to produce the next President? “

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