Buhari vs Atiku: Ohanaeze tells Igbo candidate who to vote during presidential poll

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The apex Igbo socio-cultural organisation,
Ohanaeze Ndigbo on Saturday pointed out
qualities people of the South East should
vote for in the forthcoming February
presidential election.
Speaking with DAILY POST, Chuks Ibegbu,
the Deputy National Publicity Secretary of
the organisation said Ohanaeze will vote for
any candidate who believes in the
restructuring of Nigeria.
Ibegbu said Nigeria was in dire need of
restructuring because the current set up of
Nigeria doesn’t favour people of the South
East.



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693 Comments on “Buhari vs Atiku: Ohanaeze tells Igbo candidate who to vote during presidential poll

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    1. fatimanbt says:

      This is both exciting and informative, as well as being open to everyone. Getting involved in these sorts of schemes are necessary if you wish to engage further with politics and get a deeper understanding.We strongly believe that not enough is done for the young of today to get involved with politics and, as a large portion of our society; they should be allowed more access to politics to shape the world they live in.

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    qualities people of the South East should
    vote for in the forthcoming February
    presidential election.
    Speaking with DAILY POST, Chuks Ibegbu,
    the Deputy National Publicity Secretary of

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