The All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential campaign committee member and former aviation minister Femi Fani-Kayode has said that the next 2023 election is not the right moment for an Igbo president. He continued by saying that, while he doesn’t think the moment is appropriate, when it is, he will be one of those who fight for it.
Fani-Kayode argues in an interview with our correspondent that although the Igbo people have not yet had the opportunity and that their time may have come, the Southwest also has a right. The Northerners, Southerners, and people from other regions must all unite and declare that the moment has come if the Igbo presidency is to continue, he continued.
He said: “If you want an Igbo president, you have the right to have an Igbo president, but you have to be able to carry the rest of the country with you.” It is necessary for people from the North, the South, and other regions to unite and agree that now is the right moment for it. And although I firmly believe that time will come, I don’t think it is now. When that time does, however, I will undoubtedly join the fight. Said FFK.