2023: ‘They’ve ruled out Igbo candidacy from presidency in Nigeria, normalized Yoruba-Hausa-Yoruba presidency’ – OAP, Harri Obi

Nigerian media personality, Harri Obi has opined that he sees no Igbo person becoming the president of Nigeria in 2023.

According to him, the major political parties have normalized Yoruba-Hausa-Yoruba Presidency, therefore shutting out the 3rd major ethnic group from any discussion on the highest office in the land.

He made this known in a recent post he made on his personal social media handle on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter.

The post he made reads;

“This country is not even talking about an Igbo Presidency. Lol.

They’ve normalized Yoruba-Hausa-Yoruba Presidency, shutting out the 3rd major ethnic group from any discussion on the highest office in the land.

If you talk, they will say we are not organized/we don’t want to be part of this union. Forgetting the former is a causative factor.

The people who run the affairs of the major parties in the country aren’t even toying with the idea of an Igbo candidate.

Obi has been subtly campaigning for years, but you always put him in the conversation for the VP. Then you’d come out and say the Igbos aren’t ready. Ment?”

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