A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) from Imo State, Professor Vitalis Orikaeze Ajumbe has said that the South-East region was not ripe to produce Nigeria’s President in 2023.
He said that Ndigbo were not united and would fight themselves if allowed to produce the next president, adding that what the South-East needed was the position of the vice president.
Ajumbe, a former commissioner of Information, Tourism and Public Utilities in Imo State, stated this when he spoke to newsmen in Abuja on Tuesday.
The former chairman of the defunct All Nigerian People’s Party (ANPP) also backed the position of Mamman Daura for the zoning arrangement to be jettisoned in the country.
According to him, zoning was responsible for what the country is suffering currently.
On the argument on zoning and where the next president should come from, Ajumbe said, “The argument is that the North has not equaled the South. South had 14 years and North 10years, in doctrine of necessity, the North may be right.
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