Igbo no go ever become President, just give us Biafra

Igbo no go ever become President, just give us Biafra

The Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign state (MASSOB), on tuesday don yarn am loud and clear say Igbo man no go ever be president for Naija.

This yarn wey dem yarn na from the statement wey dem leader,
Comrade Uchenna Madu, read, wey dem title am ‘We insist on Biafra through non-violence, not igbo presidency’.

Massob take mouth talk say dem Igbo presido just be like political slaves wey no even get chance to rule Naija.

Leading Igbo politicians dey hope say by 2023 president position go enter South-East even as Former president Olusegun Obasanjo don talk am say make dem try go for presidency for 2019.

But, Massob, talk say 2019 and 2023 go come and e go waka go, and no Igbo person go sit down ontop the presido sit, say Igbo leaders na slaves for Nigeria.

Dem talk am say na Biafra dem want, no be presido sit and dem no want take am with fight.

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