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No political party should cede 2023 presidency to south-east

    No political party should cede 2023 presidency to south-east

If the 2023 presidency is relieved of competition and minimised to an ethnic contest, then we are consciously backtracking to the mistakes of 2015. Ethnic considerations brought President Muhammadu Buhari

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Abaribe: It’s non-negotiable for an Igbo person to replace Buhari

    Abaribe: It’s non-negotiable for an Igbo person to replace Buhari

Enyinnaya Abaribe, minority leader of the senate, says it is non-negotiable for an Igbo persons to become Nigeria’s next president. The senator spoke in Imo on Wednesday when he was

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Soyinka denounces video asking Igbo to leave Yorubaland

    Soyinka denounces video asking Igbo to leave Yorubaland

Wole Soyinka, Nobel laureate, has called on Igbo indigenes to ignore threats asking them to leave Yorubaland. In a video circulating on social media, Grandson Adeyinka, a UK-based Nigerian, called on

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‘I was misunderstood’ — Kunle Afolayan reacts as Mike Ezuruonye alleges tribalism

    ‘I was misunderstood’ — Kunle Afolayan reacts as Mike Ezuruonye alleges tribalism
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IPOB/Oduduwa agitators’ alliance: Igbo, Yoruba were meant to be together

  IPOB/Oduduwa agitators’ alliance: Igbo, Yoruba were meant to be together

The Igbo and the Yoruba share the affinity of interest. Their political goals are analogous. They both seek jurisdiction over

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Frank Kokori: Jonathan’s weakness killed Igbo presidency

  Frank Kokori: Jonathan’s weakness killed Igbo presidency

Frank Kokori, former secretary-general of the National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers (NUPENG), has accused ex-President Goodluck Jonathan

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The hypocrisy of Igbo political leaders

  The hypocrisy of Igbo political leaders

The so-called Igbo struggle is an enterprise. Individuals from the south-east, who find themselves in position of political influence, hawk

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‘Turn-by-turn presidency’: Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba don’t own Nigeria

  ‘Turn-by-turn presidency’: Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba don’t own Nigeria

Nigeria is the collective heritage of about 200 million people of diverse ethnic backgrounds and tongues. There are over 250

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Only God can make Igbo president of Nigeria, says Arthur Eze

  Only God can make Igbo president of Nigeria, says Arthur Eze

Arthur Eze, businessman, says only God can make Igbo president of Nigeria. Speaking with journalists in Anambra on Sunday, Eze

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2023 isn’t the Igbo’s turn for presidency — it’s Nigerians’ 

  2023 isn’t the Igbo’s turn for presidency — it’s Nigerians’ 

How much progress has Nigeria made with its ethnic-motility politics? Since 1999, we have had presidents of different ethnic extractions

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