APC can’t give Igbo’s presidency, not set to manage Nigeria properly – Abaribe


APC can’t Igbo’s , not set to manage Nigeria properly – Abaribe

The Senate Minority Leader, Eyinnaya Abaribe, has insisted that the All Progressives Congress, APC, would not allow the Southeast to produce its 2023 presidential candidate.

Abaribe said only his party, the Peoples Democratic Party, , can produce an Igbo President in 2023.

In an interview on Channels Television, the PDP chieftain said the APC was not set up to manage Nigeria properly.

Commenting on the possibility of an Igbo President in 2023, Abaribe said, “The man who the shoe pinches know where it hurts. The Igbos are the people in Nigeria who make conscious efforts of setting anywhere else without hurting their host.

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“At any point, you have never heard that they and maim their host so they know how to aggregate everybody’s feelings, their customs, their laws, their norms, everything. And so, because of that, we feel that the Igbo will understand you, will even have the time for you.

“Today, we ’t feel that this government has the time for anybody.

“You will see a tremendous starting with the fact that he will be able to or she will be able to manage our diversity.

“We think that the APC is not set up to manage Nigeria properly and so it has to be our own party (PDP) that has been able to carry everybody along. And those of us Igbo within our party knowing that we have to play , talk to people, you have to be able to see your own point of view and buy into your vision are doing the consultations now.”

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