Date: April 16, 2021, 09:40:18 AM
2023: North has not forgiven Igbo for Ahmadu Bello’s death —Doyin Okupe (2): Politics : Nigerialog.com - Nigeria's Premier Online Forum
Everyone is saying that power has to shift to the South in the PDP zoning arrangement. The South-East seems to be the favored in this matter.The disaster here is that not all the zones in the country have had a shot at the presidency which is painful. If things were to go normally, the South-East would. There was a time in this country when everybody’s hands were put at the back, and only Yoruba candidates were allowed to contest, that Chief Olu Falae and former President Obasanjo, that was when there was a major national consensus, may be that is what is required now for the South-East to produce the president but the configuration of the country there are incongruence in this country and antithetical issues.Let the truth be told, the core North has not forgiven the South-East for the death of Ahmadu Bello. Nobody is right or wrong. Since election is going to be by voting, if a very large group says we are not doing with this set of people, that issue must be resolved before we can have a South-East president. A large number of voters are holding those who are requesting to be president in unforgiveness.
I am surprised that the Igbo are not talking about it; that is the problem in this country. We are a country of deceivers. We deceive our God, ourselves and our followers. We have a constitution that is a lie and anything that is based on lie cannot stand. We lie to ourselves. Only truth and righteousness can exalt a nation. This country is full of liars from top to bottom. Igbo cannot be president because the elites in the North have not forgiven them for killing the Sardauna of Sokoto.So you don’t think that Igbo will have the chance in the 2023?Not until this matter is resolved.