2019: Igbo in Abuja begin campaigns for Buhari

The Igbo community in Abuja has begun a campaign for the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari, urging a former governor of Abia state, Orji Uzor Kalu to desist from speaking in a manner that suggests that the president is not interested in the 2019 project.

Speaking on Sunday at the inauguration of the Abuja chapter of the pro-Buhari group, Ndigbo for Buhari 2019, leader of the group, and an All Progressives Congress APC chieftain, Prince Paul Ikonne advised the Igbo to work with the mindset that the president is standing for a re-election and must be supported.

“As a leader of APC in Abia State and a staunch supporter of Mr. President, I feel compelled to advise Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu to desist from acts and utterances capable of discrediting Mr. President and our great party APC. The APC is not PPA and as such, the state chairman of APC in Abia State should give Orji Kalu the APC Constitution to read, because I can see he joined APC with PPA Constitution in his mind”, he said.

Reacting to Kalu’s comment that President Buhari is not interested in a second term automatic ticket, the group asked the former governor to keep quiet as “he is not the spokesperson to the president.”

– Vanguard


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2 Responses to “2019: Igbo in Abuja begin campaigns for Buhari”

  1. To the discernible and politically conscious, for an Igbo man to become President in 2023 after Buhari, the Igbos need to support Buhari to win in 2019.
    By 2023, I say it without reservation that it will be the turn of the Ndigbos to produce the next President, but they must support Buhari now, not just marginally but overwhelmingly, to receive the support of both the north and the Yorubas in 2023.
    So let the Ndigbos make the right choice in 2019 or

  2. How much did they pay Indi Igbo this time. How unconscious can a people be, shortly after the invasion of peaceful demonstrations in Igbo land. How politically unconscious can you get?

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