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NASS leadership: How Ohanaeze reacted to Lawan, Gbajabiamila victory

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Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide has portrayed the National Assembly race as an organized pack facing the South-East geopolitical zone. In an announcement, yesterday by its National Publicity Secretary, Uche Achi-Okpaga, the container Igbo gathering said it was not amazed by the result of the race.

He said Igbos had long stopped expecting any favors from President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration. The announcement peruses to some degree, “We are not astonished a bit. He that is down required to dread no fall. Review that I had revealed to you that we are not anticipating any support from this organization.

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“The administration of President Buhari does not put any premium on the South-East, and he didn’t mince or murmur words about that privilege from the beginning of his first residency. “In this way, all his political infantrymen and followers in the National Assembly and somewhere else watch and relate to his non-verbal communication, decorated with primordial ethnocentric and religious greetings.

“Government has prevailed with regards to touching off an organized group facing the South-East. “We have kept on broadening our hands of partnership; however, on each event, and it is trampled with the feet of contempt floated by the demeanor of ethnic closed-mindedness.”