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2023: Igbo Presidency! Call Your Son To Order – Arewa Youths Warns Southeast




2023 Presidency: No Candidate Above 50s Will Get Out Vote - Arewa Youths

You can not have a loosed dog out there backing around without calling him to order and yet you want Nigerians to support you in taking over leadership of the country.

Those are the words of Yerima Shettima, the president of the Arewa Youth Consultative Forum (AYCF) in a recent conversation with newsmen while speaking about Southeast chances in the 2023 presidential election.

According to Shettima, Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) is a retard to the Southeast in producing Nigeria’s president.


Shettima noted that the Southeast region has claimed that they are been marginalized for long now and yet they have their son out there talking anyhow without calling him to order, adding that Nigerians can not entrust the such a region with presidential powers.

The AYCF President-General further condemned political leaders, traditional rulers from the Southeast region over their silence on the IPOB leader for his repeated critics.

“Its high time we begin to look at this madman and bring him to order. Kanu’s kinsmen are watching without trying to compel or advise him or warn him about his irrational comments,” said Shettima.


“Yet some people are saying they have been marginalized, how can you have this mad man running on the streets making noise anyhow without calling him to order.

“They can’t come out open to criticize him and make him realize the danger he is putting this country into, the ridicule and by extension the image of the Igbo people.

“How can they allow this loose dog talk anyhow and then turn around looking for a way to be entrusted with the power of a country? When they can’t control the excesses of these people who go about rubbishing your ethnicity, making a mockery of you.”


In another news, Naija News reported that political activist and convener of the ‘Concerned Nigeria’ movement, Comrade Deji Adeyanju has declared interest in contesting the 2023 presidency in Nigeria.

He made his intention known in a statement on his Twitter account on Tuesday, adding that his campaign slogan will be ‘revolution of ideas.’

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