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Okorocha: I Won’t Rely On The Support Of The Igbos To Achieve My 2023 Presidency

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Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, on Thursday declared that he is more favoured and graced to become the first Igbo President of Nigeria.

Speaking with journalists at the Government House during a breakfast meeting, the Imo Governor noted that he commands massive followership beyond the Southeast, much more than any other Igbo politician.

Okorocha, however, bemoaned on what he called the pull-him-down attitude among Igbo political elites, stressing that, “it is unfortunate that we the Igbo don’t celebrate our own, we are only interested how to destroy our own”.

He however revealed that he will not be relying on the support of the Igbo to pursue and actualize his Presidential ambition.

According to him, “I stand a better chance of making the Presidency in 2023 but my greatest challenge will come from the Igbo. It is our character. It will be a foolish thing to imagine that the Igbo will support me”.

On President Muhammadu Buhari’s re-election, the Imo governor, claimed that the Igbo are mobilizing to give him landslide victory.

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