Nnamdi Kanu slams ‘delusional’ Igbo leaders over 2023 Presidency, states North won’t relinquish power

Nnamdi Kanu slams ‘delusional’ Igbo leaders over 2023 Presidency, states North won’t relinquish power

Leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has berated the Ohaneze Ndigbo leaders that they are being deceived with the notion of a rotational presidency.

He stated that such will not happen, neither is it the solution to Nigeria’s myriads of problems.

Nnamdi Kanu made this assertion via a series of tweets on his Twitter handle on Saturday, January 9.

The IPOB leader has continued to lampoon leaders and politicians in the South-East who have been clamouring for the presidency in the 2023 presidential elections, telling them they are being delusional as the Northern oligarchy would not allow them to get a bite at the cherry.

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“The @NGRPresident is a microcosm of Nigeria, a mini-Nigeria. It represents what ails Nigeria from the top. If you think rotational presidency is the SOLUTION, think again,” Nnamdi Kanu wrote.

In another tweet, he posted:

“The tail does not wag the dog. The dog wags the tail. Ending Nigeria is the solution & it lies with you.”

The IPOB leader also lambasted the All Progressives Congress (APC), over calls for the restructuring of Nigeria.

“Why are you still hung up on RESTRUCTURING when it is in the Manifesto of @OfficialAPCNg, which even had a Panel on it, headed by @elrufai? If they didn’t do restructuring after winning TWO elections on promises of it, what makes you think they will still do it? Think! #Biafra,” Kanu also posted.

Meanwhile, the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), on Saturday, January 9, has stated that the presentation of the National Identification Number has been made compulsory for all categories of vehicle registration.

This was contained in a statement issued by the FRSC Corps Marshal, Dr Boboye Oyeyemi, on Saturday.

According to the FRSC Boss, from the second quarter of 2021, applicants for vehicle registration would be required to provide their NIN before their vehicles would be registered; adding that the move was is in total compliance with presidential directives.

Oyeyemi said, “Beginning from the second quarter of this year (2021) if you want to register your vehicle; it is going to be compulsory for you to provide your NIN. This is part of the security checks.

“So, once you provide your NIN, it makes the matter easier and helps the government in national planning; critical decision making and also enhance adequate Intelligence gathering for the security of lives and properties.”

 

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