Buhari’s Minister, Nwajiuba cautions Southeast against ‘Igbo administration’

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The Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, has forewarned the Southeast against the crusade for Igbo administration.

Nwajiuba said there was no time throughout the entire existence of Nigeria that the administration was surrendered to a specific ethnic gathering dependent on clan, consequently the Southeast ought to be cautious over the term Igbo administration.

Nwajiuba stated: “Anyone discussing Igbo administration ought to be cautious in light of the fact that there was never a period we found out about Hausa administration. When the Yoruba were challenging, we didn’t know about Yoruba administration, for what reason is our own unique?

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“There is no time individuals engaged with legislative issues will surrender a situation to anyone.

“Anyday you draw out a wannabe that is worthy to different Nigerians, that is the day you in reality need the situation of president in Nigeria. All you need is larger part. Buhari won the APC primaries with 3,886 votes.

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“So there was never a period it was surrendered to Buhari. The individuals that decided in favor of Buhari dwarfed others in that primaries.

“Regardless of whether the Igbo cry from this point until thy the afterlife, on the off chance that they don’t draw out an individual that is satisfactory to different Nigerians, nothing occurs.”

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The Ohanaeze Ndigbo has been in the front line to guarantee the rise of an Igbo administration in 2023.

The Deputy representative of Ohanaeze Ndigbo had as of late demanded that it was the turn of the Southeast to deliver Nigeria’s next president.

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