2023: It is better to give up the Presidency than have Okorocha as our candidate — Ohanaeze

It says the former Imo State Governor cannot be trusted.

Saturday, November 21, 2020

/ by National Pivot

Youth wing of the Igbo social cultural organisation, Ohanaeze Ndigbo has said it is better not to have an Igbo candidate in the 2023 presidential election than for former governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha, to represent the region. 

The group in a statement by its National publicity secretary, chief Osmond Nkeoma, said the push for the region to produce the president in 2023, is a serious project which Okorocha cannot be trusted with. 

“Okoroccha’s eight years tenure is a monumental waste to the people of Imo, we can not afford to waste that as a nation, he is not fit to be the president of Igbo extraction . Let him open the flyovers that he built for people to pass, let him rebuilt the China roads that he built, and we can start talking from there.” Nkeoma said.

However, the Igbo youth group has recommended former governor of Anambra State and Vice Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party,(PDP) Peter Obi and World Trade Organisation (WTO) candidate, Okonjo Iweala as good representatives from the southeast to vie for the position.

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